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Translate each phrase and select the one that is DIFFERENT from the others. two more than a number, n the total of n and 2 twice the number n the sum of n and 2

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hmm.. 2 + n n + 2 2n n + 2
Yeah I was just about to say its C
I am sure that is correct. @phi please confirm. you're the math wizard :P

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Yeah I know it is for a fact
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It would be good to understand how to translate the English into "math" because that is helpful for word problems. Happy can do it.. can Mtt ?
u are correct @happinessbreaksbones
@CGGURUMANJUNATH lol I'm always very nervous when it comes to math >.< so I always need a wizard (phi) to double check for me.
glad I was of good assistance though :)
your answer is 100% correct ,very good. lol. @happinessbreaksbones

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