**Topic: Algebra >> Determine the output number for a particular input number given a one-operation function rule involving addition or subtraction.**

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A lion has 4 legs. Use the table to find out the number of legs 6 lions will have.
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A carton contains 7 coke tins. Use the table shown and find the number of coke tins in 3 cartons.
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A van can seat 6 people. What is the total number of people who can be seated in 3 such vans?
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Charles can eat 7 apricots in 1 hour. How many apricots can he eat in 4 hours?
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Each box contains 15 candies. Use the table and find the number of candies in 5 boxes.
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Each boy has 2 hands. Use the table to find the number of hands 5 boys would have.
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Each ice-tray contains 8 ice cubes. How many ice cubes are there in 6 ice-trays?
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Eric and Bill rode their bikes to the neighbor city. The table shows the distance they covered in different number of hours. How many miles did they cover in 9 hours?
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Find the missing number in the table.
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Find the missing number in the table.
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Find the missing number in the table.
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If a container of paint covers an area of
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If there are
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In ABC company the salary of an employee increases every year. The salary increment is shown in the table. How much would be the salary in the fourth year if the sequence continues?
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One dime is equal to 10 cents. Use the table shown and find the number of cents in 4 dimes.
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The table shows the money Francis made, by selling eggs in three consecutive days.
If the pattern continued, what would be the total money that Francis made on the 4 ^{th} day? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

The table shows the money that Frank spent on clothes in the past four months. According to the pattern in the table, how much did Frank spend on clothes in the month of April?
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The table shows the money that Lily has in her piggy bank at the end of each week. If the pattern continues, how many dollars will she have in her piggy bank at the end of 5^{th} week?
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The table shows the number of crayons in different number of boxes.
Benny bought 8 boxes of crayons. Which expression can be used to find the number of crayons that Benny bought? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

The table shows the number of units of electricity that can be saved by recycling different numbers of pet bottles.
If Beth recycled 18 pet bottles, what was the total number of units of electricity she saved? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

The table shows the ticket prices for students at a theater in Dallas.
How much will it cost for 30 adults? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

The table shows the total number of cents in different number of dimes. In 1 dime there are 10 cents, in 2 dimes there are 20 cents, and so on. How many cents are in 5 dimes?
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The table shows the total number of cents in different number of nickels. In 1 nickel there are 5 cents, in 2 nickels there are 10 cents, and so on. How many cents are in 6 nickels? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

There were 8 girls in each row. Use the table and find the number of girls in 4 rows.
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Tim ate lots of candies last week. The table shows the pattern and the number of candies he ate each day.
How many candies did he eat on Thursday? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

Use the table shown to find the number of cents in 5 nickels. | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

Use the table to find the output, if the input is 57.
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Which one of these numbers completes the table shown? | View Details | ||||||||||||||||

William needs 6 stamps to post a single letter. How many stamps will he need if he has to post 5 such letters?
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