2 + 2x = 36
Write the following as an algebraic expression using x as the variable: The sum of a number and -8
(Y + M) - 5 = 498 where Y is the number of your songs and M is the number of mine.
(28 + 37) x 2 = 130
3y + (a + a) = 13
It is 2*(x+4)
2n + (-5)
2n + 8 = 33
n + 2 = 10
n+19 if considering a normal adding equation
You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4
2*n + 5 = 35
Your equation would be 5(x + 4). In this case it's easiest to work backwards, starting with the "sum of a number and four" part of the problem. This is simply written as x + 4, since we don't know what "a number" is referring to and have to call it x. Then we just need to multiply that answer by 5, so we'd write the equation as 5 * (x + 4) or 5(x + 4). Make sure you have the parentheses, because if not it changes the answer entirely.
3x + (-4) â‰¥ 2x + 8
You want to create an equation for this. The equation should look like this: x^2 - 2x + 4 = 0 Use the quadratic equation to solve it.
If the number is n, then twice the number is 2n and the sum of the two is n + 2n = 3n.
Let the number be x and so: 2x+3 > 49
use the numbers 5,6,7,8 to write an equation with the largest possible equation
i dont now