Posted by Janae on .
It Say To Write An Algebraic Expression For Each Word Phrase.
1.6 less than twice x

Math 
John,
1.6<2x

Math 
Janae,
No Its Just (6 less than twice x)
And We Got To Write It In Algebraic Expression 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
2x  6

Math 
Janae,
1 more than the quotient of 21 and b?
And How Did You Get That Answer 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
It could be:
(21/b) + 1
or
(b/21) + 1 
Math 
Janae,
3 times the sum of b and 5

Math 
Ms. Sue,
It's your turn now. How do you think that expression should be written?

Math 
Janae,
3b+5

Math 
Ms. Sue,
Almost. Your expression means three times b  and then add 5.
Your problem should be:
3(b + 5)
By using parentheses, you've made it clear that you add b and 5 and multiply the sum by 3 
Math 
Janae,
Oh i get it!
The sum of 11 times s aqnd 3?
Answer Is: (Sx3)+5 
Math 
Janae,
(s*3+5

Math 
Ms. Sue,
Where is the 11?

Math 
Marcia,
(s*3)+11

Math 
Ms. Sue,
Please don't switch screen names.
The problem says 11 times, not 11 plus. 
Math 
Janae,
Sorry My Little Sister keep Doin That!
So Its 11(s+3) 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
Right.

Math 
Janae,
10 times the difference of d and 3
Is: (d*3)10 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
No.

Math 
jake,
3=43