Translate the word phrase into a math expression. nine more than five times a number A. 9 > 5n B. 9 – 5n C. 5n – 9 D. 5n + 9

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Translate the word phrase into a math expression. nine more than five times a number A. 9 > 5n B. 9 – 5n C. 5n – 9 D. 5n + 9

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I think its D. > means greater than.
I am not a native speaker. I do not quite see the difference between greater than and more than. lol
Wouldnt more than be +?
Nvm just listen to him lol
so what is it?
sorry I was brb for a while. I can help
The answer is D.
I was right then.
Yes you were @glitterythings
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