Let x be the unknown number. the expression is: x + 10.
It is the coefficient of the unknown variable
A variable is usually used for that - for example, a single letter that represents the unknown quantity.
The term is: 100/x
x is a variable that represents an unknown number and its value depends on the algebraic expression it is used in.
8y is a mathematical expression indicating that an unknown value ("y") is to be multiplied by 8. As there is no more information, one cannot discern what y is.
The product of five and the variable p. Five is multiplied by an unknown represented by p.
an other expression for a unknown number an other expression for a unknown number
x=unknown number So the expression would be: 4(x+3) The sum of a number (x) and 3, all multiplied by 4.
x= the unknown
3(n+5) three times n plus five n represents the unknown number