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Give a variable expression depicting the given statement.

The product of nine and a number c

A number e subtracted from forty–two

Sixty–four decreased by a number n

Sixteen more than a number m

The quotient when a number c is divided by twelve

The sum of a number x and a number y , multiplied by eighty–two

A number a divided by the remainder of seventy–four minus twenty

The product of a number d and two more than the sum of eight and eleven

Translate the verbal phrase into an algebraic expression.

A number divided by the sum of 5 and another number.

Write the verbal phrase as an algebraic expression.

Four times as much money as your little brother

Find the equation or inequality describing the word statement.

Four times a number a is greater than sixteen.

Six less than the product of a number v and two equals eight.

Three divided by the product of four and a number r is less than thirty–six.

The quotient when the sum of five and x is divided by three is forty–two.

The product of x and the difference of seven minus two is equal to x .

Thrice a number is equal to the product when the sum of the number and five is multiplied by six.

Match the verbal phrase with its algebraic expression.

The sum of a number and 7.

A. 7 y

B. 7 + n

C. 7 + m

D. 2 s + 6

E. x – 7

F. 7 – x

The greatest of three consecutive whole numbers, the smallest of which is c

The greatest of four consecutive even numbers following the even number a

Write a variable expression for the smaller number, if the difference between two numbers is nine and the greater number is a .

Write the given word statement as an equation or inequality and then use the given replacement set to solve it.

The product of x and twelve, decreased by five, is greater than or equal to

thirty–four.

{3, 4, 5}

Johnny bought 2 pairs of jeans and 3 shirts for school. Each pair of jeans cost $25 and each shirt cost $14. How much did Johnny spend?

A. $135

B. $92

C. $86

D. $245