Q: What phrase represents the algebraic expression x - 3?

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6+3*n

Algebraic phrase is a mathematical expression which substitutes characters and letters for a certain numeric value. For example a=b+c, if b=2 and c=3, then a=5.

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What does the algebraic expression x - 3 / 2 say in words

3 > m

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It could be: -3/8+4x-9z as an algebraic expression

It is the same as: -2q-3 as an algebraic expression

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

6+3*n

8(d-3)

2x+3

10 + 3x

Algebraic phrase is a mathematical expression which substitutes characters and letters for a certain numeric value. For example a=b+c, if b=2 and c=3, then a=5.

Algebraic terms is when a letter, for example 'x', represents a number in a formula or sum.

2x+3 is an algebra or algebraic expression because an algebraic expression is one or more algebraic terms in a phrase. It can include variables, constants, and operating symbols, such as plus and minus signs. It's only a phrase, not the whole sentence, so it doesn't include an equal sign. so 2xy +3x is an algebraic expression but x+y=2 is NOT.

It is suppose to be k/3 minus 7

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