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Q: What is the algebraic expression for the quotient of 2 less than twice a number and 4?

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If ' x ' is your number, then the quotient is 2x/6.

x / (2y - 7)

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2n/6 - 9 or n/3 - 9

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

2x+3

As an algebraic expression it is: 2x-9

2x+15

3a-6x2

eight less than twice a number

The algebraic expression is 2m+6

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As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.

Let the unknown number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 2x -13

The corresponding expression would be 2x - 6 = 4.

What is the quotient of twice the number and three

2x-3 , where x is the number referred to in the question

Let's call "a number" x. Twice that number would be 2x, and then add 27, so the expression would be 2x + 27.

2x = 76 x = 38

2x+3

2 x = 8 + 4x