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Algebra Statement

Word problems statement

Twice as much as 2x
Two less than x - 2
Five more than x + 5
Three more than twice the unknown 2x + 3
A number decreased by 7 x - 7
Ten decreased by the unknown 10 - x
Sheri's age (x) 4 years from now x + 4
Dan's age (x) 10 years ago x - 10
Number of cents in x quarters 25x
Number of cents in 2x dimes 10(2x)
Number of cents in x+5 nickles 5(x+5)
Separate 17 into two parts x and 17 - x
Distance traveled in x hours at 50 mph 50x
Two consecutive integers x and x+1
Two consecutive even integers x and x+2
Two consecutive odd integers x and x+2
Interest on x dollars for 1 year at 5 percent 0.05x
$20,000 separated into two investments x and $20,000 - x
Distance traveled 3 hours at x mph 3x
Distance traveled in 40 minutes 2x/3 (40 minutes = 2/3 hour)
Sum of a number and 20 x + 20
Product of a number and 3 3x
Quotient of a number and 8 x/8
Four times as much 4x
Three is four more than a number 3 = x+4
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