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One-Variable Equations

Analyzing One-Variable Relationships in Context

Let be the number Eric thought of. He adds which gives This is the sum which he divides by leading to This is multiplied by which gives . Finally, he subtracts This expression should be equal to which gives us an equation that we can solve for

The number Eric thought of was