Three Times A Number x Minus Two translates to 3x-2 Three Times A Number x Minus Two translates to 3•x-2 Three Times A Number y Minus Two translates to 3y-2 Three Times A Number z Minus Two translates to 3z-2
30 is the Answer
twice the difference of three times a number and eight
It is either 2|x| - 3 or 2|x-3| depending on if the minus three is part of the absolute value.
3. The square root of a number is the number that when multiplied by itself, will give you the original number. Therefore, if you multiply the square root of three by itself, you will get three. A more clear example using whole numbers: the square root of nine times the square root of nine is three times three, which gives you nine, your original number.
The answer is 3.8 times 3.8 equals 14.44 square meters
Times three, minus eight.
Times three, minus eight
As written, those are the same. For that sentence to equal 3, we need to use parentheses. (8 + 4) divided by 2 minus (1 x 3)
Three times negative 2 minus three is equal to -9
The square root of minus 8 is equal to the square root of 8 times the square root of minus 1, or 2.8284i.
Three minus three times six plus two is equal to -13.