Q: How do you translate 4 multiplied by q to an algebraic equation?

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an algebraic expression has no = sign. it could be like x+4, but an equation has to have an = sign. like x+4=5

x/4

No. An equation must be equal to something, that's why its called an equation. 15x = 60 is an equation, in which case x equals 4

An algebraic expression doesn't have an equal sign (e.g. 4x+7) whereas an algebraic equation does (e.g. 4x+7=19). 4x=19-7 4x=12 x=12/4 x=3

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an algebraic expression has no = sign. it could be like x+4, but an equation has to have an = sign. like x+4=5

4-a=40

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You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4

4(x+2)

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4-2=2

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4 x 2 = 8

No, it is an arithmetic equation. There are no variables involved, only numeric constants and, as a result, most people would not consider it algebraic.

No. An equation must be equal to something, that's why its called an equation. 15x = 60 is an equation, in which case x equals 4