An algebraic statement is an algebraic expression or an algebraic equation written in words.
If the algebraic expression can be written in the form of a(x)/b(x) where a(x) and b(x) are polynomial functions of x and b(x) â‰ 0, then the expression is a rational algebraic expression.
Can be written as 5 x N or 5N
It is an algebraic expression written in an unconventional form.
it is written as x-o.8
what us the algebraic expression for 359 more than Z
Abs(9 - n)
3x - 3
irrational expression is that wich are not rational or it can't be written in the form of p/q. such as (x)1/3
As an algebraic expression this is written 2x - 12, where x is the unknown number.
The product of 15 and c in algebraic expression is simply 15c, which means 15 times c.
This is an algebraic expression. It can be written as 3(2x + 4)
It would be: 6/x whereas x is the unknown variable
Remember,an expression is a problem without an answer.If it's a 4 less than a number,it should be 4<x.Hope this helps your problems!
Watch closely:The sum of 'n' and '8' is written as (n + 8).
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Algebraic equations can be written in word or number form. The equation a 3b2 2 can be written as "a is equal to three times b times 2 plus two.
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Let x equal a number and let y equal the answer 6/x=y