niahloves
  • niahloves
Translate the phrase into a math expression. 30 added to a number that is decreased by 5 A. n – 5 + 30 B. 30 – n – 5 C. 30 + 5 – n D. 30 + (n ÷ 5)
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niahloves
  • niahloves
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
i would say a

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niahloves
  • niahloves
witch one is it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its a i dont think d is right at all look at the question 30 added to a number decreased by five now look at a
anonymous
  • anonymous
but a is back wards
anonymous
  • anonymous
co is still getting added to a number decreased by five it does not matter what order it is in i am pretty sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
30
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah you`re right
niahloves
  • niahloves
i say it's c because it's says 30 added a number decreased by 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
it has a minus sign so it cant be
anonymous
  • anonymous
and d is divison so cross that one out to and it either a or b

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