Q: The product of a and b divided by an expression that is 3 times their difference?

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product means times 6 times 4 = 24 the difference 6 and 4 is 5 22 divided by 5 = 4.4

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100 divided by 25 times 64 = 256

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There is no equation in the question, only an expression. An expression cannot be solved.

It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression

The quotient of thirty and the product of ten times a number

"9 divided by 3" and "2 divided by 4" can be evaluated simultaneously.

4/5 times 9/2

2(-6n)

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four times the number

The expression is 3|t - y|.

|5n - 2n|

The difference of thirteen times a number and four.

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Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression includes a variable, the numerical factor is the coefficient.

Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression has a variable, the numerical factor of the variable is the coefficient.

Wrong. Product divided by the multiplicand equals the multiplier.

It is 8*(-4)N which is -32N

It is simply: 9c which means 9 times c

The product of a sum and a difference with 31 times 29 is:(30+1) x (30-1)sum to differencemakea product= 30² - 1²= 900 - 1= 899

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