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Translate the mathematical phrase “The product of 4 and the quantity ‘x + 11’ “ into an algebraic expression. Simplify completely.

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    4(x+11) = 4x + 44

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    one more than the product of 22 and Mabel's height. Use variable m for Mabel's height.

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