Posted by **John** on Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 3:29am.

1. 2+3=5

Two plus three is five.

Two plus three makes five.

2. 2X3=6

Two multiplied by three is six.

Two muptiplied by three makes six.

3. 4¡À2= 2

Two divided by two is two.

Two divided by two makes two.

(Are the English expressions correct? Do you have some more common English expressions?)

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