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2021-12-21

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? $3x-2x$ (Do not simplify.) What is the simplified expression?

Beverly Smith

Beginner2021-12-22Added 42 answers

Step 1

given that the x is the number

a) So from given phase

Product of three and a number$=3x$

And two times of the number$=2x$

Now difference$=3x-2x$

So final answer for (a) part

$3x-2x$ (1)

Step 2

b) from solution of part a) we find that

The algebraic expression as follows

$3x-2x$

Now simplified form of above algebraic expression is$=x$

given that the x is the number

a) So from given phase

Product of three and a number

And two times of the number

Now difference

So final answer for (a) part

Step 2

b) from solution of part a) we find that

The algebraic expression as follows

Now simplified form of above algebraic expression is

Annie Levasseur

Beginner2021-12-23Added 30 answers

Answer:

$3x-2x$

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

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

Don Sumner

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:
(5x)-(3x)
Now we just rest them
5x-3x= 2x