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write an algebraic expression for each verbal expression. then write a real-world situation that couyld be a modeled by expressio. (what does it mean by real-world) like theres this on. the product of 2 and x, my answer is 2x, 2 times x... is it correct?

• algebra1 -

2x is right.

A real life situation:

Suppose you are having a children's party and want each kid to get two scoops of ice cream.

x = number of children
2 = scoops

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okay thank u

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You're welcome.

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