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Q: Letter that represents an unknown quantity?

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A variable is usually used for that - for example, a single letter that represents the unknown quantity.

It is a variable and is expressed as a letter as for example it could be x or y

An algebraic expression uses a letter to represent an unknown quantity.

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A variable.

A variable.

Usually x or n, but can be any letter.

Usually x or n, but can be any letter.

Because, x is a variable, so it can mean any number ever known. It is called the "Unknown Quantity" simply because it represents the number that is not known in the equation. For exampe x+1=y So x and y are variables, each represents a number, if y=2 then it wold be x+1=2 and then you can figure out the "Unknown Quantity" which is 1.

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