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Q: How should seven times the sum of a number n and 3 be written as an algebraic expression?

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I suggest that the next step should be identifying "this" expression.

Set variable x equal to number of cars and variable y equal to number of days. You should get the equation 1.50x + 37y Hope this helps!

The number 90 is written out in words as such: ninety. You should spell out a number rather than write it in number form in particular scenarios, such as if you are beginning a sentence with a number.

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You replace each variable by its value. Then you do the indicated calculations.

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Remember,an expression is a problem without an answer.If it's a 4 less than a number,it should be 4<x.Hope this helps your problems!

An Algebraic expression is any expression (equation) that contains a letter where a number should be.

(b - 7) should do it.

If I have understood your question correctly, I think the answer should be: 0.5x = 5, where x is the "number".

There are a few rules for simplifying an algebraic expression. Specifically, one should combine like terms, and then they should try to isolate the variable by doing the opposite, either multiplication or division.

6+b Should it not be: b>6

So, to put your question in an algebraic expression, it should look something like this: X/2 = 2X - 3 Then you would just solve... X = 2(2X - 3) X = 4X - 6 -3X = -6 X = 2

It is written as 'eight'

You don't have the complete question here. "...between a number" and what? First figure out what operation is being used, and then put that operation in the place of the "and" in the statement. Since difference is subtraction, you will put a minus sign in place of the "and" that should be after the word, "number." So, your answer will be as follows: 4/(x - ___) Fill in the blank with what ever is says after the word, "number,"

If you multiply X by Y you have to write XY (in alphabetical order).If you divide X by 2 you should write X over 2 (like a fraction).

They are two terms of an expression but if you mean 5+y = 12 then y = 7

In a power expression, you have two numbers.The number written normally (to the left) is called the BASE. That's what tells you what factor you should multiply by itself. The small raised number (to the right) tells you how often the factor is used. It's called the EXPONENT.

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