# Have solution

The sum of four consecutive even numbers is 96. Determine these numbers.

Result

a =  21
b =  23
c =  25
d =  27

#### Solution:

a+b+c+d=96
b=a+2
c=b+2
d=c+2

a+b+c+d = 96
a-b = -2
b-c = -2
c-d = -2

a = 21
b = 23
c = 25
d = 27

Calculated by our linear equations calculator.

Leave us a comment of example and its solution (i.e. if it is still somewhat unclear...):

Be the first to comment!

#### To solve this example are needed these knowledge from mathematics:

Do you have a linear equation or system of equations and looking for its solution? Or do you have quadratic equation? Do you have a system of equations and looking for calculator system of linear equations?

## Next similar examples:

1. Street numbers
Lada came to aunt. On the way he noticed that the houses on the left side of the street have odd numbers on the right side and even numbers. The street where he lives aunt, there are 5 houses with an even number, which contains at least one digit number 6.
2. Birds
On the farm they have a total of 110 birds. Geese and turkeys together is 47. Hens is three times more than the turkey. How much is poultry by species?
3. Brothers and sisters
Lenka has as many brothers as sisters. Her brothers have twice as many sisters as brothers. How many brothers and sisters are in the family?
4. Borrowed book
Jane must as soon as possible return a borrowed book. She figured that when she read 15 pages a day return book in time. Then she read 18 pages a day and then return the book one day before. How many pages should have a book?
5. Dropped sheets
Three consecutive sheets dropped from the book. The sum of the numbers on the pages of the dropped sheets is 273. What number has the last page of the dropped sheets?
6. Hockey teams goals
Hockey teams fired 200 goals. The second team 13 less than first team, third 16 less than the first and fourth tean 19 goals less than first. How many goals fired each team?
7. The store
The store received the same number of cans of peas and corn. The first day sold 10 cans of peas and 166 cans ofcorn so that left 5 times more peas than corn cans. How many cans of each kind were in the store?
8. Unknown number 11
That number increased by three equals three times itself?
9. Chicken and rabbits (classic)
Grandmother breeding chickens and rabbits. It found that the yard has 35 heads and 108 legs. How many chickens and rabbits breeding in the yard?
10. Box of chocolates
In a box of chocolates was 16 candies. Christopher and Luke they were distributed: a) Christopher had about 4 candies over Luke, b) Christopher had about 6 candies less than Luke, c) Christopher had 3 times more sweet than Luke. How many had each boy can
11. Coffee
Coffee from the machine in the cup cost 28 cents. Coffee is 20 cents more expensive than the cup. How much is the cup?
12. Football season
Throughout the football season gave Adam the 23 goals more than Brano and 16 goals less than Karol. Edo gave the 6 goals more Dušan. Karol gave 5 more than Edo. Brano and Edo gave together 17 goals. How many goals gave each boy and how many goals gave the.
13. Infirmary
Two thirds of children from the infirmary went on a trip seventh went to bathe and 40 children remained in the gym. How many children were treated in the infirmary?
14. Tickets 3
A total of 645 tickets were sold for the school play. They were either adult tickets or student tickets. There were 55 fewer student tickets sold than adult tickets. How many adult tickets were sold?
15. Forest nursery
In the forest nursery after winter, they found that 1/10 stems died out of them. For them, they land 193 new spruces. How many spruces are in the forest nursery?
16. Simple equation
Solve for x: 3(x + 2) = x - 18
17. Norm
Three workers planted 3555 seedlings of tomatoes in one dey. First worked at the standard norm, the second planted 120 seedlings more and the third 135 seedlings more than the first worker. How many seedlings were standard norm?