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Writing Sentences

Writing Sentences, equations, expressions

the statement or sentencethe expression or equation
a number increased by eight n + 8
ten dollars more than Grace has j + 10
nine less than a number equals 24 n - 9 = 24
twice the number of miles is 18 2m = 18
one half the regular price is $20 p/2 = 20
fifteen increased by t 15 + t
a number decreased by ten n - 10
the product of r and 9 9r
Ralph's cookies divided by 4 r/4
the quotient of a number and -15 n/-15
the product of a number and -5 is -40 -5n = -40
12 inches less than her height is 43 h - 12 = 43
7 less than a number is 51 n - 7 = 51
43 dollars off the price of each admission, which is then mulbiplied by 3 admissions 3(a-43)
the quotient of a number w and (-8), which is then increased by 7 w/-8 + 7
pi times radius squared fill in
two more than twice as many bikes 2b + 2
Created by: lriner