Q: Are the olympic 7s sold out?

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The answer is 7s + 49.

The equivalent is 7s+2s = 9s

5.28751 7s equals 37.

Yes, In 1934 an Olympian from Great Britain sold his Olympic Gold Medal to pay off his home.

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There can be a maximum of 2 electrons in the 7s orbital, following the Pauli exclusion principle which states that each orbital can hold a maximum of 2 electrons with opposite spins.

Expressed algebraically, this would equal 7s - 5.

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8 / 7 in long division is however many 7s go into 8. so there's 1x 7 in 8 with 1 remainder. For this example, assume every number beyond is a 10, multiplied by the remainder. so, it'd be 7s into 10, which is 1 again. Then 7s into 30, which is 4. Then 7s into 20, which is 2. Then 7s into 60, which 8. Then 7s into 40, which is 5. Then 7s into 50, which is 7. And this is a reoccuring number, making it 1.142857142857 and so on.

You said that 4(2s - 1) = 7s + 12Eliminate parentheses: 8s - 4 = 7s + 12Add 4 to each side: 8s = 7s + 16Subtract 7s from each side: s = 16

7s + 12 = 131 Therefore, 7s = 119 s = 119/7 Therefore, s = 17