Q: What expressions represents the difference of 8 and n?

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N - 8 = 22 (:

8-n

1: (n-2)2 2: n-22 3: n+2n-2 4: n-2n+2 If I understand your question correctly (it is really confusing) then none of the expressions 2 3 or 4 equal the first expression.

8 + n 56n doesn't appear to be a valid mathematical expression.

n/8 + 3

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N - 8 = 22 (:

8+3/n

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8-n

1: (n-2)2 2: n-22 3: n+2n-2 4: n-2n+2 If I understand your question correctly (it is really confusing) then none of the expressions 2 3 or 4 equal the first expression.

8-n

Let n = the original number n + 8 = another number which is 8 more than the original number Therefore, the two variable expressions are n and n+8

n-8

If the number is n then it is |8 - n| or abs(8 - n)

If these expressions are stand-alone (not nested), then they do the same thing, ie increment 'n'.

4*n(n+1)

n - 8 is the expression for the difference of eight and a number.'Number' is a variable, so the variable must be a letter (in this case, 'n'). 'The difference' is going to be the subtraction symbol that is in between the 'number' and eight, so it must be n - 8. It could, of course, be 8 - n.