Let the number be x and so the algebraic expression would be: 3x -5
As an algebraic expression, six less than a number p is simply: p-6
a - 4
Algebraic expression 14 less than the quantity k times 6
Translate this phrase into an algebraic equation The product of two consecutive multiple of three integers?
It is: x-5
It could be: 32-x
x - 11
32 - n/2
As an algebraic expression it is: 2x-9
eight less than twice a number
3+y-17 simplifies to y-14
As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.
Let the unknown number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 2x -13
n + 1
(b - 7) should do it.