It is an algebraic expression in the form of: b+14
Boolean Expression: Not A and Not B (Not A + Not B)
b + 1 is b plus 1 as an algebraic expression.
The answer is b+1. Therefore the algebraic expression for this is b+1
You can write that as 5 / (a + b), or as a fraction, with the 5 on top, and a + b at the bottom. The actual value of this expression will depend on the values of "a" and "b".
If the algebraic expression can be written in the form of a(x)/b(x) where a(x) and b(x) are polynomial functions of x and b(x) â‰ 0, then the expression is a rational algebraic expression.
If the mother is A negative, and the father is B positive, they could have children who are A negative, A positive, B negative, B positive, AB negative, AB positive, O negative, or O positive.
A verbal expression for 5 a-b is that it is 5 is multiplied by the difference between a and b.
The value of a + b depends on the values of the individual variables.The expression a + b cannot be simplified.
The algebraic expression is 3(b+5).
The expression is: (4a+b)/(2a-5b)
An irrational number can't be expressed in the form of a/b, where a and b are integers. But, 41 can be expressed as 41/1 which clearly shows that 41 is not an irrational number.
The expression is: 5(b + x)
The answer to the product of a and b divided by an expression that is 3 times their difference is 3ab(a+b).
Let's say a is 1, and b is 2. Is 1-2 the same as 2-1? I didn't think so. This is because subtraction is the same thing as adding a negative number, so by switching the a and b, you are also switching them between negatives and positives. However, -a-b is the same as -b-a.
He is B negative.
No. They can have an O positive, an O negative, A B positive, or a B negative child.
A - B = A + (-B) A - B = A + (-B) A - B = A + (-B) A - B = A + (-B)
a%b = a*b/100
B Negative and O Negative
B negative or O negative.