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Q: What is a algebraic expression of 4 less a number?

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a - 4

5x - 4

The corresponding expression would be 2x - 6 = 4.

n + 1

Remember,an expression is a problem without an answer.If it's a 4 less than a number,it should be 4<x.Hope this helps your problems!

Let the number be x and so the expression is: 5x-4

x/y - 4 = 2

6a-4

It is simply x-4 as an algebraic expression

x/2 - 3/4

It is: y-4

' N ' is the number. 5 less than it is (N - 5).

(4n) - 25

The Base in the Algebraic Expression can be a Number or A Variable. EX. 42 or X2 - 4 and X are the base.

4x

You would write that as:4 < 7x

You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4

n + 4

m + 4

35-(4x)

If you are looking for an algebraic expression then here is the answer:Let the number be N4(N+4) is the expression.

the + of a number and 10 k decreased by 4 = k-4

4*(n + 6008)

x/4

3x-4

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