The expression is 9*x.
40 + x
z - 7
Write the following as an algebraic expression using x as the variable: The sum of a number and -8
n/12. n=variable......stands for the number.
s + 9
n + 11
2n/5 or (2/5)*n
(x + 9)
If x is the unknown variable then it can be: x-16
x + 138
Subtract 25 from whatever variable you use for "a number". If your number is "x", then the expression becomes "x - 25".
'x' ounces = x/16 pounds
the product of 8 and the sum of 10 and -7
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-8 + 13/N, where N â‰ 0.
(x - 25)*4