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7th grade math

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Is "quantity of" same as a multiplication problem?

  • 7th grade math -

    Not necessarily.

    What is your problem?

  • 7th grade math -

    Needing to write an algebraic expression, 14 less than the quantity k times 6

    Then another one, I don't understand the books answer, 35 multiplied by the quantity r less 45

  • 7th grade math -

    6k - 14

    35r - 45

  • 7th grade math -

    35 multiplied by the quantity r less 45

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    6k-14

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    260

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