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Q: Which algebraic expression represents four times the difference of 7 and 1?

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10*abs(d - 3)

4x

9x

It is two terms of an algebraic expression but if you mean -3 times -9 then it is 27

This expression would be 3x-7.

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It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression

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

10 + 3x

It can be: 7x-11

abs(8x - 7)

i think it might be 21.

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10*abs(d - 3)

The difference of thirteen times a number and four.

It is: 4(12+b) which is the same as 48+4b

The normal way to write z times 19 in an algebraic expression is 19z.

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