Write the English phrase as an algebraic expression. Then, simplify the expression. Let x represent...
Write the English phrase as an algebraic expression. Then, simplify the expression. Let x represent the number. The difference between the product of three and a number and two times the number. What is the algebraic expression? (Do not simplify.) What is the simplified expression?
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2021-12-22Added 42 answers
given that the x is the number
a) So from given phase
Product of three and a number
And two times of the number
So final answer for (a) part
b) from solution of part a) we find that
The algebraic expression as follows
Now simplified form of above algebraic expression is
Beginner2021-12-23Added 30 answers
Answer: Step-by-step explanation: The difference - the subtraction symbol The product of three and a number - 3 multiplied by x (basically says what's the solution to three times x) Two times the number -2 times x
Beginner2021-12-28Added 35 answers
(5 \cdot x)=(5x)
(5x) - (something)
"The difference between the product of five and a number and three times the number"
With three times the number, we mean the same letter "x" & three times will be the amount of times we will multiply it. So, by the end we will have:
Now we just rest them
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