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Posted by **Math** on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 3:14pm.

4 more than p:

product of c and 15:

the quotient of n and e:

The quotient of 17 and k:

23 less than x:

the sum of v and 3:

the sum of 9 and k minus 17:

7 more than 5 times n:

85 less than the product of t and 37:

the quotient of 3b and 45:

15 plus the quotient of 60 and w:

7 minus the product of 3 and v:

7 less than the product of 3 and v:

the sum of the quotient of 9 and 15 and the quotient of q and 3

- bryce -
**Ms. Sue**, Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 3:45pmWe'll be glad to HELP you. I'll do the first three to get you started.

4 more than p: p + 4

product of c and 15: 15c

The quotient of 17 and k: 17/k

If you post your answers for the others, we'll be glad to check them for you.

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