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Explanation: Let x represents the number. Twice of the number. 2x Ten less than twice a number....Given: The given relation is: {(3,10),(4,10),(5,10)} Explanation Consider the following relation,...Given: An ordered pair is (4,2) and system of equation is 2x−5y=−23x+4y=4 Explanation: To check...Given: The inequality −6x+3≤15. Calculation: Consider the inequality: −6x+3≤15 Subtract 3 from both...Given: The polynomial is (−5x3+7x2−x+2). Calculation: Consider each term of the polynomial...Given: The function is: f(x)=x2+2x−3x2−4. Calculation: To find f(4), replace x with 4....Explanation: Given: The number is 81. Formula used: If n is even then, ann=|a| If n is even then,...Given: 4−2x3x+4≤0 Calculation: The provided expression is in the form, 4−2x3x+4≤0. Here,...Given: The equation is 2x2−3=125. Formula used: The square root property is: u2=du=±d Calculation:...

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