Q: What is the product of 8 and 12 as a algebraic expression?

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The best algebraic expression for 7 x plus 12 -4 is 7x+8.

8k-5

8(5x) = 40x

The algebraic expression would be 8n + 3, where n represents the unknown number.

Example : 8/a

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Product means the answer to a multiplication: 8 x 12 = 96 (Not sure what is meant by 'algebraic form' ?)

The best algebraic expression for 7 x plus 12 -4 is 7x+8.

8n+6

8k-5

8(5x) = 40x

The algebraic expression would be 8n + 3, where n represents the unknown number.

There is no variable in (8x12)+8, so it would be called an arithmetic expression. It would evaluate to 96+8 = 104.

As a algebraic expression it is simply n/8

It is 8*(-4)N which is -32N

Example : 8/a