The sum of a number and four times itself is equal to 25
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The sum is five times the number, so the number is 25/5=5.

by Top Rated User (788k points)

Let the number be x.

Given, the sum of a number and four times itself is equal to 25

or x + 4x =25

or 5x = 25

or x = 25/5

or x = 5

by Level 6 User (16.0k points)

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