Q: Use five 3's to write an expression whose value equals 29?

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33 + (3 + 3)/3

That's not an equation, it doesn't ask a question, and there's nothing about it that needs an answer. It's an "expression". Its value depends on the value of 'x', and every different value for 'x' gives the expression a different value. If you want to write an equation ... that asks a question ... it needs an 'equals' sign ( " = " ) in it somewhere.

square root of 0.2^-2=5

One possible expression is [ 1/(x - 4)+ 1/x ].

467 + 1

Please include the expression in your question so it can be answered.

How do you write an expression

answer: 5n

It's an expression for a number, which you'd write as [ 560 x4 y2 ],and whose value depends on the values of 'x' and 'y'.

Spreadsheet formulas begin with an equals sign, followed by the expression to calculate.

write it 5 times

You can write this as "g - 7". The actual value of this expression, of course, will depend on the value of "g".

4X4+4/4

The expression (a+b) + (a-b) can be rewritten as a + b + a - b = 2a.There is no need to use absolute value.

how do you write an expression with three terms

It is simply x - 6. The expression cannot be evaluated because the value of x is not given.

the same : expression

Since there is no "equals" in the question, there cannot be a formula, only an expression.

You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.

It's not an equation - there's no "is" or "equals." You can write it as a mathematical *expression*, however:140 "decreased by 20%"140 - (20/100)*140

4 - 4/4

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4! * 4/4

(6 - 2)*4/8

A fraction whose value is one or more is called an improper fraction, or a mixed fraction, depending on how you write it. For example one-and-a-half can be written as 1 1/2 - this is a mixed fraction. If you write it as 3/2, it is called an improper fraction.