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Q: What is the algebraic expression of a number q tripled?

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I think so.Sum = m + q

irrational expression is that wich are not rational or it can't be written in the form of p/q. such as (x)1/3

The expression is simply: 9+q

-2 (q-3) ... quantity merely means all that follows is one in the same and when it says multiplication before that your going to get a situation where one would distribute to solve!

155+q

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