Which math expression represents the phrase?
8 times the difference of a number and 3
8 · (n – 3)
8 · n – 3
8 · (n ÷ 3)
8 · (n + 3)
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times = multiplication
difference = subtraction
make sure that you convert every single piece of info just the way that it was written ... so what do you think will be the answer?
8 times (we know that that means multiplication) the difference of a number (n) and 3... if we were to write down the difference of a number (n) and 3, we would get n - 3
thus we have :
8 x (n - 3)
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help me with dis plz
did you not understand this concept at all?
Pizzas for a party cost $48 plus a tip of $8 for the delivery person. Seven people split the bill equally.
Which expression shows how much each person paid?
48 ÷ (8 + 7)
8 ÷ (48 + 7)
(48 + 8) ÷ 7
7 ÷ (48 + 8)
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when we give a tip, we always have to add (+) it with the total price. remember that this is being divided to 7 people EQUALLY. thus, what operation can we use to figure out how much they will pay equally?