It is 24 - v
10 - you
Subtract 25 from whatever variable you use for "a number". If your number is "x", then the expression becomes "x - 25".
How do you write an expression
Since there is no "equals" in the question, there cannot be a formula, only an expression.
(n-4)/5 Remember p.e.m.d.a.s. The parentheses signify which part of the expression to do first. They are very important. You get a different answer without them.
how do you write an expression with three terms
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."
the same : expression
It is simply x - 6. The expression cannot be evaluated because the value of x is not given.
1/4 ( x-7)
X = 4(6-y)
"J minus 3" and "the difference of j and 3.
You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.
Write and explain a 'C' function to convert the given infix expression to postfix expressionWrite and explain a 'C' function to convert the given infix expression to postfix expression
If you mean: kk-5 then it can be k^2-5 But if you mean: k+k-5 then it can be 2k-5
wap to subtract two variables
You write it exactly as in the question.