DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Which is a word phrase for the variable expression? 3(n – 1) A. one less than the product 3 and a number n B. three times the quotient of a number n and 1 C. three more than the difference of a number n and 1 D. three times the difference of a number n and 1 @forgiveness
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DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Last one right here, the other one was easy.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is your guess so far?
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
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A

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, A states that you would have 3n - 1
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Okay, so A forgiveness?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No because of PEMDAS
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Oh! right.
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Well my second guess was also C, not sure if it's right or wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. C has the word more which usually means add
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Okay.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Our equation 3(n-1) doesn't have an addition sign so we can eliminate that
anonymous
  • anonymous
So far our choices are B and D
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Yeah.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B has the word quotient which has to do with division
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Oh, B sounds right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is there a division sign in 3(n-1)?
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
No, so D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, so you are left with D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Bingo. Good job
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
Dang, this one was hard >.> let's see if I pass.
DerpisTheWordOriSiT
  • DerpisTheWordOriSiT
I passed! :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, good luck. Send me a message if you have more questions
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nice!

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