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Q: What is the algebraic expression for 18 decreased by 3 times D?

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18 - 3n

Let x be the number and so it is: 3x-18

As an expression it is: 18-3d

y < 18 x 6

It is an algebraic expression

The expression is: ab-18

-10-18x

18/n

As the subtraction is done first, it needs to be in brackets; thus eighteen decreased by four then times three is: (18 - 4) × 3

It is an algebraic expression involving the variable, v.

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18-d3

It is an algebraic expression because it does not contain an equality sign.

It is an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: 45x -16

As an algebraic expression it is simply: 18-x

change the algebracic expression into a word phase 18+s

3n+18 is an algebraic expression and n is an unknown variable

18-d3

You may need to rephrase the question but if you mean this - 18 = 3d so what's d? Then the answer is 18 divide by 3 so 6

When 18 is decreased by (-27), the result is 45.

x-18=5 times -5 x-18=-25 x=-25+18 x=-7

Not sure what the question means, but the answer is either one of the following two: (a) 18 * 18 = 182 (b) 18 * 18 = 324 = 3.24*102

It is 18/n.

Cut in half, decreased by 50%.

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