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Q: What is 4 times n?

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9(4+n)Nine times the sum of 4 and a number is an expression and can not be evaluated.

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10n = -30 n = -3

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If you are looking for an algebraic expression then here is the answer:Let the number be N4(N+4) is the expression.

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Yes. By definition a multiple of 8 is any number that can be expressed as 8*n, where n is an integer. But 8n=4*(2*n), and 2*n is an integer, when n is an integer. Because 8n equals four times an integer, 8n is a multiple of 4.

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