Q: How do you change 14 less than the quantity k times 6 to an algebraic expression?

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It is the same as: -2q-3 as an algebraic expression

6k-14

8(d-3)

What is 1/2 of four times Y plus the quantity of Y and 3

As an algebraic expression it is 10x

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It is the same as: -2q-3 as an algebraic expression

The algebraic expression is 4q-3

6k-14

8(d-3)

5(4 + x)

What is 1/2 of four times Y plus the quantity of Y and 3

Answer = x x = 6K - 14

The normal way to write z times 19 in an algebraic expression is 19z.

25 * (n - 16) 25(n - 16)

4q

The algebraic expression for the sum of 11 times 5 and three is 11s+3

It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression