The expression is: 2x-16
The expression is: 2m-3
eight less than twice a number
2w - 10
The corresponding expression would be 2x - 6 = 4.
( 2q - 10 )
It is: 2t-12
2x^2 - 1
Let the number be x and so the expression is: 2x-2
Let the unknown number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 2x -13
2x-3 , where x is the number referred to in the question
Let the number be x and so the expression is 4x -3
twice a number can be 2x and six less than it is 2x-6.
2x-3=x+2 answer x=5
3 less than twice n is 2n-3
Algebraic expression 14 less than the quantity k times 6
They mean that the expression to the left of the sign is greater than or less than (as appropriate) the expression to the right of the sign.
The algebraic expression is 2m+6
Algebra is so confusing!
Let the unknown number be x and so the expression is: 2x-3
2x-4x = numbertwice = 2 times xless = -and 4 = 4put it all together and you get the answer (2x-4)
To say that 2 is less than twice a number and four means, algebraically, that 2 < 2x + 4. This simplifies to -2 < 2x or x > -1. This is not a quotient, however, so perhaps your question was not clearly worded.