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more than `add` + is means `=` sign
|dw:1441395763478:dw| a number can be any variable for this question `a number` x
translate that into math equation!
i have 4 more plz help
Translate the sentence into an equation. The sum of 3 times a number and 7 is 19. A. 3(n + 7) = 19 B. (3 + n ) + 7 = 19 C. 7n + 3 = 19 D. 3n + 7 = 19
sum `+` sign try it!
|dw:1441396057122:dw| try to read 3 times! you will get it
Translate the sentence into an equation. Five times the difference of a number and 8 is 45. A. 5 ∙ (m – 8) = 45 B. 5m – 8 = 45 C. m – 8 ∙ 5 = 45 D. 5 ∙ (m + 8) = 45
difference means subtract! now try!
nvm b ?
okay how ?
i read it
im reading it
and i dont get it anymore
break into 3 parts write it in your notebook then draw lines like this |dw:1441396359500:dw|
five - times - the difference of a number and 8 - is - 45
5*(m-8=45 thats how i get it
so a ?
Choose the equation that models the problem. Luisa won 17 tennis matches last summer. She played a total of 26 matches. How many matches did she lose overall? Let l represent the number of games that Luisa lost. A. l – 17 = 26 B. l + 26 = 17 C. 17l = 26 D. l + 17 = 26
total number of matches is 26 won 17 matches so how many lose out of 26 ?
9 matches she lost
right! now substitute I for 9 if you get equal sides then that equation would be the right answer
why do you think its A ?
i dont get it my brother sayed a
i said substitute i for 9
let's say \[\huge\rm I-17=26~~~~~9-17=26\] solve that both sides are equal ?
yes right !
last one @Nnesha
Solve the word problem. Olivia has 21 coins in her drawer. Nine of the coins are nickels, and the rest are pennies. What is the total value of the coins in her drawer? A. 21¢ B. 30¢ C. 45¢ D. 57¢
what is the value of penny ? and nickel ?
how did you get d ?
okay so how is it 57 ?
9times5=45 pennies=12 45+12=57
i got a 0
did you get `0` ?
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