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6x7=(6x5)+(6x2). Of which multiplication property?
Write equivalent expressions for each: A. 2X+5X+7-3 B. 4X-2Y=10X C. 2P+12+2P-8
Draw a number line and show how to find the difference for 36-17 using the break apart method.
Cameron is playing 9 holes of golf. He needs to score a total of at most 10 over par on the last four holes to beat his best golf score. On the last four holes, he scores 5 over par, 3 under par, 6 over par, and 3 under par. Part 1 out of 3 Enter and find the value of an expression that gives Cameron’s score for 4 holes of golf. WHAT IS THE EXPRESSION AND WHAT IS HIS SCORE
37 less than the product of 15 and a number is 38.
3x + 5 = 20 Name the coefficient, variable, term, constant, expression, and eqaution. so much!
Write a expression that represents the difference of y and 32, plus the product of y and 4 answer its my homework
Colton earns $7 per hour plus $1.50 for each pizza delivery. The expression 7h+1.50d can be used to find the total earnings after h hours and d deliveries have been made. How much money will Colton earn after working 15 hours and making 8 deliveries
The quotient of a number and two is increased by seven. The result is eleven. What is the number? 9 1 8 2
Combine like terms. z³ + y² + 2z³ + 5y² !
What is the first step in simplifying the expression? A. Square 4 B. Subtract 7 from 9 C. Add 3 and 4 D. Multiply 7 by 3
Which expressions are equivalent to the expression −6x + 8? Select all that apply. 1. −2(3x + 4) 2. 2(−3x + 4) 3. 5(x + 1) − 11x + 3 4. x + 2 − 7x + 6 5. 8 − 6x
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Grade 6. Math 6. Can anyone with these algebra problems? I need the answers soon as possible! Simplify each expression. x + 4x + 6x = 9(5x) = 7(3x + 5y) = 5(6x - 3y) = Factor the expression. 24x + 18y
The expression 20l+25g−10, gives the number of dollars that Josie makes from mowing l lawns and raking g gardens. How many dollars does Josie make from raking 4 gardens and mowing 3 lawns?
You and three friends decide to go to the fair. The cost for parking is three dollars. Admission is 12 dollars per person. If you have 155 dollars, what is the maximum amount each person can spend on food? Write and solve an inequality.
(3x + 2) ( x-2) Simplify expressions? 2/3 x 1/8? or 3 3/4 divided by 1 1/2 how do u simplify?
Molly’s jump rope is 6 1/3 feet long. Gail’s jump rope is 4 2/3 feet long. How much longer is Molly’s jump rope?
Write the number below as an addition expression in three different ways, including expanded notation. 37,917,545?
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