anonymous
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Select the verbal phrase that corresponds with the given expression. (a – b)2 The difference of a and b squared Twice the difference of a and b Two times a minus two times b a minus b
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radar
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This is a good problem, as this skill is necessary when working "word" problems .|dw:1355951659082:dw|
radar
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Does this give you an idea for the correct option?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes thank you!

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anonymous
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do you know Translate the following phrase into an algebraic expression: Two times the sum of y and b 2y + b 2(y + b) y + 2b 2y + 2b
radar
  • radar
You are welcome and good luck with your studiers.
radar
  • radar
The sum of y and b is y + b Two times this sum is 2(y+b) Note you have to include them in parentheses. Both the 2nd option and the fourth are correct.
anonymous
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thank you again (:
anonymous
  • anonymous
so it is 2y + 2b. ?
radar
  • radar
No after thinking about it, the 2nd option accurately describes the verbal phrase.
radar
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@sylinan , 2(y+b)

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