# algebra

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TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE INTO AN
EQUATION DO NOT SOLVE.
tHIS IS WHAT I GOT
Ten more than three times a number is 130.

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You have the sentence, but where is the equation?

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x+10+3x=130

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just get your mind working girl. Use it. That's why god gave you that big brain of yours. Don't be so lazy. Take care lol!

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Translate into a mathematical expression.
the quotient of 9 less than z and z

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