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Unformatted text preview: lass to pick a number (any
number). Add 4 to the number. Multiply
your result by 6. Subtract 9 from that product.
Divide this by 3. And finally subtract 5.
USING ONLY ALGEBRAIC NOTATION 3) Write an algebraic expression describing each
of the following: (Simplify completely)
a. Eight more than twice a number (pick x as your original number) walk your
way through this trick and then describe how
the final answer relates to the original number
chosen by the student. The cost of a taxi ride for n miles if the charge is $2.50 plus $.50 per mile
c. The sum of 2 consecutive odd numbers
d. Joelʹs total earning after 3 years if the first
year his salary was s dollars, the second
year it was $3000 higher, and the third
year it was twice as much as the first year.
e. Mark has half as many stickers as Derek.
If Derek has d stickers and Mark m stickers,
and Derek gives Mark 26 stickers, how
many stickers does each have in terms of
d? b. 4) Solve each of the follow...
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