It is the number that multiplies the unknown variable
Let x be the unknown number. the expression is: x + 10.
It is the coefficient of the unknown variable
v + 6
The algebraic expression is n + 100, where n is the unknown number.
Let the unknown number be x and so the expression is: x+12
As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.
n/6 + 3
x3 + 4x
Let the original number be y Therefore the new number is given by the expression 2y + 6
If x is the unknown variable then it can be: x-16
n+7 or X+7
7x + 2
Let the number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 6x+2
x is a variable that represents an unknown number and its value depends on the algebraic expression it is used in.
Let the unknown number be x and so the algebraic expression is: 2x -13
x + 12. If the unknown number is represented by x, the expression for a number increased by 12 would be x + 12.
A number increased by four.
k-2.5 An algebraic expression is just using variables (in this case, k) for unknown numbers. Since the question is asking what the number k minus 2.5 is, your answer is k-2.5.
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
classifacation of algebraic expression according to the number of terms