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A. Translate each of the following into algebraic expressions: (1 point each)
1.x plus y squared
2.8 times a number, x, decreased by y
3.the sum of x and y, squared
4.3 times the difference of x and y
5.6 less than x cubed
B. Translate the following phrases into algebraic expressions. Explain, in complete sentences, the difference between the two. (3 points)
•twice the sum of x and y
•the sum of twice x and y
C. Create your own example of a mathematical phrase you might hear in the real world and provide the translation for it. Be sure to identify what part of the phrase i
 2 years ago
A. Translate each of the following into algebraic expressions: (1 point each) 1.x plus y squared 2.8 times a number, x, decreased by y 3.the sum of x and y, squared 4.3 times the difference of x and y 5.6 less than x cubed B. Translate the following phrases into algebraic expressions. Explain, in complete sentences, the difference between the two. (3 points) •twice the sum of x and y •the sum of twice x and y C. Create your own example of a mathematical phrase you might hear in the real world and provide the translation for it. Be sure to identify what part of the phrase i

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03225186213
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.01 x+y^2 2 8xy 3 (x+y)^2

kelsea2016
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I have the equation x^3 on the graph and it moves to the right 4 how do you write that. (x^34) right

03225186213
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0its a shift right (x4)^3
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