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Which algebraic expression represents the phrase “three more than seven times a number”? 1. 7+3n 2. 7n+3 3. (7+3)n 4. 7(3+n)

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3 more than7 times a number 3 + 7 * n
But This is a multiple question thing > . >
Yes, @eyust707 answered your question. Figure out which answer choice matches 3+7*n

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There's this little thing in math called the commutative property of addition...
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