3(x + 12)
3 times 3 = 9 plus the number 3 = 12.
4n + 3 = 23
4x + 3 = 23
3x + 7
34, 992 is the answer.
The answer is 6.
Yes. 12/3=4 which is a whole number
Translate this phrase into an algebraic equation The product of two consecutive multiple of three integers?
3x + 12 < 20
3x + 5 < 12
twelve times one is 12 twelve times two is 24 twelve times three is 36 twelve times four is 48 twelve times five is 60 twelve times six is 72 twelve times eight is 84 twelve times nine is 96 twelve times ten is 108
Three can go into sixty six twelve times
Four ... a "quarter" is a fourth. Four into Twelve equals Three. Three times Four is Twelve.
43/12=3.5833. Or, three times with a remainder of seven.
Well 3 times twelve is 36 36-3w equals 33w 33w time twelve 396w all you need to worry about though is 3 times twelve which is 36 :)
a quarter of twelve is 3 because three x4 is twelve 1x three would equal three right so basically just imagine the times table
3 Twelve divided by four is three. Think of times tables. Four multiplied by three is twelve so do it backwards to find the division.
let the number be x. So then just make it into an expression, 3x+5 that would translate to taking your original number, multiplying by three, then simply adding five
There are two possible (and different) answers: 2x + 3y = 12 or 2*(x + 3y)= 12 The first one is (twice a number) increased by (three times another) The second is twice (a number increased by (three times another)).