The algebraic expression for three more than a number is: X + 3
3 > m
3+y-17 simplifies to y-14
It's more of an arithmetic expression, however, 2x0 + 3x0 = y would be algebraic.
It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression
expression that is 3 more than a.
To get three more than a number, add there. If the number is n, then three more than n is n + 3.
3x - 3
An algebraic expression that is not equal (Such as 3=0) is called an inequality, and can be expressed as 3≠0.
It is the same as: -2q-3 as an algebraic expression
An algebraic expression would be something like d / 2, or f + 3.
a + 3
The algebraic expression for the sum of 11 times 5 and three is 11s+3
add 3 to a number a number plus 3 the sum of a number and 3 3 more than a number a number increased by 3
let x be a number then the eqution becomes x-3