7*(2*x - 16), or maybe 7*| 2*x - 16 |. It depends on if you want to keep the 'difference' to be a positive number.
three times a number decreased by eleven
if a number is "x" then it is 2x-16
Twice with a remainder of sixteen
abs(16 - 2*n)
The expression is: 2x-16
twice the difference of three times a number and eight
Two twenty-seven times or twenty-seven twice, three eighteen times or eighteen thrice, and six nine times or nine six times.
twice a number means a number times 2
Two twent-seven times or twenty-seven twice, three eighteen times or eighteen thrice, and six nine times or nine six times. Comprende amigo?
If: 16+2x = 36 then the value of x works out as 10
Yes, the word twice is an adverb. e.g. I played the game twice. (number of times)
Twice with a remainder of seven
Twice with four remaining
Yes, you can get kidney stones twice, or any number of times.
An adverbial number is a word which expresses a countable number of times, such as "twice".
A + 2a = 3a
Twice, with six left over.
Whatever the variable was.
|5n - 2n|