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    Translating phrases into algebraic expressions.

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    7. Three times n. 3N
    8. Two times D plus four. 2D+4
    9. The Difference Between two times n and five. I really don't know :s I know its Subtraction..
    10. The product of n and a number three less than n. I know its multiplication.

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    9. Two times \displaystyle n is \displaystyle 2n. What would be the difference between this and five?

    10. Three less than \displaystyle n is \displaystyle n - 3. What would be the product of \displaystyle n and this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    9. Two times \displaystyle n is \displaystyle 2n. What would be the difference between this and five?

    10. Three less than \displaystyle n is \displaystyle n - 3. What would be the product of \displaystyle n and this?
    9. 2n-5 ?
    10. I don't understand :s
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    9. 2n-5
    10. n(n-3)
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