# grade 6 math

13 more than product of m and 5

asked by patty
1. 5m + 13

posted by Ms. Sue
2. an architect designs a building each floor will be 12 feet tall Write algebraic expression for number of floors the buiding can have for a given building height. Tell what variable in your expression represents

posted by patty
3. 12x = y

x = number of floors
y = height of building

posted by Ms. Sue

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