Number Patterns

NZ Level 3

Writing equations with unknowns II

Rochelle has boxes of pears. Each box contains $19$19 pears, and there are $8$8 pears left over that didn't fit into any of the boxes. In total, she has $160$160 pears.

Let $m$`m` be the number of boxes of pears that Rochelle has. Fill in the blanks to make an equation in terms of $m$`m`.

$19\times\editable{}+8=160$19×+8=160

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