Q: How do you write 15-1.5d in an phrase expression?

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10n

10n

It means an expression that has a verb in it so basically almost all expressions. here's one : "Dipping your big toe in water" dipping is the verb and the whole thing is a phrase and an expression.

It is simply: f+6

ab increased by 2

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The expression is 9*x.

10n

10n

The product of 9 and m

It means an expression that has a verb in it so basically almost all expressions. here's one : "Dipping your big toe in water" dipping is the verb and the whole thing is a phrase and an expression.

n + 11

It is simply: f+6

ab increased by 2

A phrase for this mathematical expression can be "subtract three from one." You can also use the phrase "three minus one." Another way to express this algebraic expression is to say "three less than."

279-125=x 154=x

p+4.

2x+3