# 7th MATH

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Write an expression to represent the following:
"h subtracted from the product of 3 and g".

A 3G-H
B H-3G
C (H-3)G
D 3(H-G)

From my opinion: Giving it a try would B be the correct answer?

• 7th MATH -

No. B isn't the answer. It states 3G subtracted from H.

Another way of stating the problem is 3G take away H.

• 7th MATH -

Ohhhhh.....A?

• 7th MATH -

Yes. :-) A is correct.

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