In the biblical account he was the youngest son of Jesse, who killed the Philistine Goliath and, on Saul's death, became king, making Jerusalem his capital; he was the father of Absalom and Solomon.
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Okay so 32 plus 43 is 75.
David began his career as an aide at the court of Saul, Israel's first king. He so distinguished himself as a warrior against the Philistines that his resultant popularity aroused Saul's jealousy, and a plot was made to kill him.
Got it. Next is 70 divided by 200.
David, biblical Israelite king and the first monarch of all the Israelite tribes. He was the father of Solomon, who expanded the empire that David built. He is an important figure in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.