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When you add 9 to a number and divide the result by 4, the answer is the number. What is the number?
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Answer:

$x=3$

Explanation:

\[ \dfrac{x+9}{4} =x \]

\[4x -x = 9\]

\[3x=9\]

Therefore $x=3$

 

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