Q: Which statement matches the expression 4 x 3?

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None of them.

2 < 4 * 3

-3 - 4 - 5 rewrite as, -3 + (-4) + (-5) = - 12 PS this is an expression, not an equation

[10-(4*2)]*3

It is: 3(8+4) = 36

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6x+4 is the expression that you are looking for.

4-3 = 1

7

If your expression is 5x + 4 = ? and x = 3, then the answer is 19. If the expression is 5(x + 4) = ? and x = 3, then the answer is 35.

Expression 1: 2x + 5 - 3y Expression 2: 7(2x + 5 - 3y) Expression 3: 7xy(2 + 5 - 3) Expression 4: 7x(2+5+3y)

Unfortunately there is no expression to evaluate!

It means 4 times (3+4) = 28

The way to disprove an antiderivative is to simply differentiate the function and see if it matches the integral expression. Remember that an antiderivative expression must include a term often coined "C-" an arbitrary constant. For example, ∫(x^3 +14x)dx= (1/4)X^4+ 7X^2 +C. To verify that this is correct, take the derivative. You get x^3 +14x.

sqrt(3/4) = sqrt(3)/2

None of them.

(p - 4)3 is an expression, not an equation nor inequality. It can, therefore, have no answer.

2 < 4 * 3