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Basic Algebra

Basic Algebra

Algebraic Expressions Exercises

Example 1

The sum of twice a number and three times the number is thirty.

Example 2

Two times the difference of a number and four.

Example 3

Twelve less than a number is equal to the product of the number and five.

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