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Q: What is the algebraic expression expression for a number increased by 3?

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2x+3

n/6 + 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

The algebraic expression would be 8n + 3, where n represents the unknown number.

5n + 3 is probably what you want. It could possibly be 5 (n+3) depending on where you pause when you say it.

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2x+3

n/6 + 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

The algebraic expression would be 8n + 3, where n represents the unknown number.

5n + 3 is probably what you want. It could possibly be 5 (n+3) depending on where you pause when you say it.

The term is: x/3

3x

The expression, not equation, is probably 481/3

n-3

The algebraic expression for three more than a number is: X + 3

Assuming the number is n, then the expression is: 5n - 3

(x + 5)3