Radical (3x) = radical(x) * radical(3).
When x = 2, 3x + 5 = 11.
It is an expression that can be simplified to 4x
The expression 3x + 5x - 8 is equivalent to 8x - 8 but, since it is not an equation (nor inequality) it cannot be solved. Consequently, x + 1 cannot be evaluated.
It is a quadratic expression and can be factored into: (3x+1)(x+2)
This expression could be reordered as 1 + 3x + 2x2.
Equivalent to what? "3x = 3 + x" is an equation which can be equivalent to other equations, but none is mentioned.
3x+5=14 3x=9 x=3
It depends on what it is meant to be equivalent to!
It is equivalent to: 3x+6+5 = 3x+11
It is an expression.
If you mean -3(x+10) then it is -3x-30
It can also be written as 3x + 7. The value of the expression will depend on the value of x.
It is 3x-36
what is equivalent to (x plus 4)2
3x + 5 + x + 10 + 2y 4x + 2y + 15 |:2 2x + y + 7.5 2x + y + 7.5 is equivalent to the original.
x3 = x times x times x 3x = x plus x plus x
You can't simplify this expression. You can calculate a value (a number) only if you happen to know how much "x" is.
The expression does not have rational factors.
The given expression can be simplified to: x-12y
Given a value of x, find the value for -3x + 2