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explain how you could show five less than a number using and expression?

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    Let n= a number
    n-5

  • 4th grade -

    let n be the number for instance,
    five less than the number means 5 is subtracted to the number:
    n - 5

  • 4th grade -

    Explain how you could show Five less than a number using an expression

  • 4th grade -

    [n=20 n-5=15] You can show 5 less than a number by using a letter such as n to represent a number such as 20. Then you use the expression 5-5=15.

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    *n

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    Let n= any random number, then n-5

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