6th grade math
posted by Alex .
Can you check these problems, please?
Translate each phrase into algebraic expression.
1. 5 more than D
Ans: 5 + D
2. Twice a number W
Ans: 2*W
3. Product of 60 and W
Ans: 60*W
4. A number, N, decreased by 18
Ans: N  18
5. 14 minus a number, M
Ans: 14  M
6. Twice a number, C, plus 16
Ans: 2*C + 16
7. Three times N decreased by 8
Ans: 3*N  8
8. The sum of a number, R, and twelve
Ans: R + 12
9. The quotient of N and five
Ans: N/5
10. Fifteen divided by Z
Ans: 15/Z
11. 3 decreased by a number, A
Ans: 3  A
12. A number, M, decreased by 49
Ans: M  49

2. 2W
3. 60W
All of your answers are correct. However the standard way of writing a multiplication problem is the way I showed you above. 
Oh, okay. Thanks!

You're welcome.

algebraic expression represents “the sum of a number and 9

The sum of one and the product of one and a number xxx
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