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# A. express the following phrases in symbols.1. the sum of the product of x and y and the quotient of b and d 2. the difference of m and n, subtracted from 153. one-third of a number which is 4 more than x4. the sum of x and 5, multiplied by the cube of x5. the square of the difference of x and 36. five times the square of x, increased by 17. quotient of the sum of b and c, and the difference of a and b8. three-fourths x subtracted from 89. twice the cube of the difference of m and n10. one-fifth the quotient of p and 1, diminished by 4​

• Réponse publiée par: cleik

1.)  xy + b/d

2.)  15 - (m-n)

3.) x/3 = x + 4

4.)  (x+5) · (x³)

5.)  (x - 3)²

6.)  5x² + 1

7.)  (b + c) ÷ (a - b)

8.)  8 - 3x/4

9.) 2(m - n)³

10.)  1/5(p/1) - 4   (or simply p/5 - 4)

• Réponse publiée par: JUMAIRAHtheOTAKU

A. Express the following phrases in symbols.

1. the sum of the product of x and y and the quotient of b and d

xy + b/d

2. the difference of m and n, subtracted from 15

15 - (m - n)

3. one-third of a number which is 4 more than x

x + (1/3x + 4)

4. the sum of x and 5, multiplied by the cube of x

x^3 (x + 5)

5. the square of the difference of x and 3

(x - 3)^2

6. five times the square of x, increased by 1

5x^2 + 1

7. quotient of the sum of b and c, and the difference of a and b 8. three-fourths x subtracted from 8

8 - 3/4x

9. twice the cube of the difference of m and n

2(m - n)^3

10. one-fifth the quotient of p and 1, diminished by 4

1/5(p/1) - 4

• Réponse publiée par: candace08

Algebraic phrase:

Five times the square of x, increased by one.

Algebraic phrase: • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422

a. express the following phrases in symbols.

1.   xy + b/d

2.   15 - (m-n)

3. x/3 = x + 4

4.   (x+5) · (x³)

5)   (x - 3)²

6.   5x² + 1

7. 8. 8 - 3x/4

9. 2(m - n)³

10.   1/5(p/1) - 4   (or simply p/5 - 4)

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