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HOW TO WRITE AN ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION


HOW TO WRITE AN ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
what is an algebraic expression

What is an algebraic expression? In mathematics, an algebraic expression consists of variables, constants, operator signs (plus, minus, multiplication, division or exponentiation).

Example 1:

How many weeks are there in

a) 10 months

b) 1 year

c) x months

Answer:

a) In 10 months, there are 10.4 weeks = 40 weeks

b) In 1 year, there are 12.4 weeks = 48 weeks

c) In x months, there are x.4 weeks = 4x weeks

Example 2:

Write an algebraic expression of the following

a) ten times the number x added by seven

b) The product of fifteen and a number p

c) The sum of nine and a number m

d) Half of a number z subtracted from eight

e) The sum of 9 gold bars and 5 gold bars

f) The product of ten and a cottage

g) The sum of 5600 dollars and 1200 dollars in a car donations

h) The product of 12 and a vacation resort owned by electronic company 

Answer:

a) 10x + 7

b) 15.p

c) 9 + m

d) 8 - (z/2)

e) 15 gold bars

f) 10 cottages

g) 6800 dollars

h) 12 vacation resorts
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