The answer for this problem is 6 - n.
It can be: x-7
It is n - 6.
18 - 3n
It can be: 7-4x as an algebraic expression
the + of a number and 10 k decreased by 4 = k-4
y = 125 - x
If x is the unknown variable then it can be: x-16
n (number) minus four ----->n-4
Let x be the number and so it is: 3x-18
n = number 2(n + 15) ======
(x - 25)*4
4-(n/7) *the foreward slash represents the divided by sign
classifacation of algebraic expression according to the number of terms
Here is the correct defenition: Algebraic Expression is an expression which is obtained by performing a finite number of the following operations on symbols representing numbers: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power.
a common factor
p+0.4-(p+0.4)5 i think
The question is ambiguous so the answer is one of:3/n - 5 or 3/(n-5)
The evaluate a algebraic math expression you first must substitute a number for each variable. Then you must perform the operation in the correct order.
The Base in the Algebraic Expression can be a Number or A Variable. EX. 42 or X2 - 4 and X are the base.
If you call your number x, the expression would be 5x.
Let the number be x and so the expression is 8x
Yes it can