y = 4x + 6
Assuming you call your number "n", the expression would be "14n". You can replace "n" with whatever variable you want to use.
If a certain number of hours is "x", then 8 times as much would simply be "8x".
The expression can be thus: 3x-3 whereas x is the unknown variable
As an algbraic expression it is: 11x+7 whereas x is the unknown variable
3x+2. x equals any given number.
3x5 ÷ 7y4
Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression has a variable, the numerical factor of the variable is the coefficient.
k = 10 3k = 30 When a number appears next to a variable (like "k") it usually means multiply the number times the variable.
x = 6n/42 x = n/7
Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression includes a variable, the numeral is the coefficient.
Translate the following phrase into a variable expression. Use the letter d to name the variable. …7 times the distance
It appears that the question is incomplete and so cannot be answered. There should be a number (or variable) after "minus".
5 times n (n is a variable--it is the number you are trying to find)
So let us say that 3 is your number and 4x is your number and the variable. 4x is like 4 times x so 3 times 4 times x so the answer is 12x. This works with every number.
Because "x" is a variable, it is the same as 9 times x.
Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression includes a variable, the numerical factor is the coefficient.
Write the following as an algebraic expression using x as the variable: The sum of a number and -8
If x is used to represent the unknown number, then the expression for 20 times a number would be 20x.