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Eli_So_Awsome Group Title

What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase: the product of 5 more than p and 7?

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  1. blurbendy Group Title
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    They're trying to be sneaky, but the key is to notice the "more than". This means you will be adding the product of.....

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  2. Eli_So_Awsome Group Title
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    of five??

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  3. Eli_So_Awsome Group Title
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    or seven

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    5 more than p = p+5 the other part of the product is 7 (a produce is 2 entities multipiled together - eg product of x and 5 is 5x)

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    - thats my interpretation of what youve written

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  6. Eli_So_Awsome Group Title
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    so p+5+7 would be the answer?

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  7. cwrw238 Group Title
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    its a little ambiguous

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  8. Eli_So_Awsome Group Title
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    yes, it is -.- erm :/ but thanks though :)

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  9. cwrw238 Group Title
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    no - its p+5 times 7 - you put the p + 7 in parentheses because you are multiplying 'all of it:- = 7(p + 5)

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  10. cwrw238 Group Title
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    * the p+5 in parentheses

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  11. Eli_So_Awsome Group Title
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    Oh okay i see now, Thankyou like alot :D

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    yw

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