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anonymous
 one year ago
Select the choice that translates the following verbal phrase correctly to algebra:
one half of a number decreased by 16
n minus 16 over 2
one halfn − 16
one half(n − 16)
n − one half(16)
anonymous
 one year ago
Select the choice that translates the following verbal phrase correctly to algebra: one half of a number decreased by 16 n minus 16 over 2 one halfn − 16 one half(n − 16) n − one half(16)

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0write it like you read it... 1/2 of a number  let n represent " a number " ..." of " means multiply 1/2n decreased by 16... subtract 16 so now we have : 1/2n  16 .....so its B
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