Q: How do you translate Seven more than three times a number into a algebraic expression?

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7x + 2

x / (2y - 7)

The term is 7x

Let's represent the number as (x). The phrase "Eight less than five times a number" can be translated to (5x - 8), and "is seven more than the number" can be translated to (x + 7). Therefore, the algebraic equation representing the given phrase is (5x - 8 = x + 7).

The real answer is n-7

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Let's represent the number as (x). The phrase "Eight less than five times a number" can be translated to (5x - 8), and "is seven more than the number" can be translated to (x + 7). Therefore, the algebraic equation representing the given phrase is (5x - 8 = x + 7).

(b - 7) should do it.

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n+37

x / (2y - 7)

x to the third power plus 7