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Lindsayb12

  • 3 years ago

Translate each sentence into an equation. 1. Three more than four times a number is equal to twelve. 2. The sum of a number and two is twice the number. 3. The quotient of a number and twelve is the sum of eight and the number. 4. Five more than three times a number is equal to eight. 5. The sum of a number and six is seven times the number. 6. The quotient of a number and six is equal to nine. 7. Seven less than a number is two. 8. Twenty-seven is the product of three and a number. 9. Twelve less than six times a number is equal to three times the number.

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  1. elica85
    • 3 years ago
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    1) 3 MORE indicated 3 added to something. 4 TIMES a number indicates 4x(or y, z, a, b, smiley face...) so 3+4x=12

  2. elica85
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    should be able to solve the rest following the same logic

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