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I need a little help on this worksheet I got...
I have an answer but I'm not sure if it is correct.


ALGEBRA--- Translate each verbal expression into an algebraic expression. Then, simplify the expression.





1. Two sets of the sum of a number and eight are added to five time the same number.




2. Three sets of a sum of a number and four are added to the sum of seven times the same number and thirteen.

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    1. Two sets of the sum of a number and eight are added to five time the same number.

    Let the number be N,

    2(N+8)+5N
    =2N+16+5N
    =7N+16

    2. Three sets of a sum of a number and four are added to the sum of seven times the same number and thirteen.

    The second problem is very similar to the first. You should have no problem working it out.

  • 5th grade -

    Thank You, I was really confused on that one...

  • 5th grade -

    Algebraic expression and its variable representation.
    Jasmine has three times as many chores as her younger brother does.

  • 6th grade math -

    Three sets of a sum of a number and four are added to the sum of seven times the same number and thirteen?
    Algabraic expression is?

  • 6th grade -

    Three sets of a sum of a number and four are added to the sum of seven times the same number and thirteen.

    I believe it is the same as the first question. It really the same question just changed up a little bit.

    3(N+4)+7N+13
    3N+12+7N+13
    10N+25 <--- That right there is your answer.

  • math on a nipple -

    9 + 10 = 21

  • 6th grade -

    10N+25 is the answer 360 scoper

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    Number more than 3

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    Wbvsbd

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