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Please match the math term with its appropriate math meaning.
"The perimeter of a regular hexagon is six times the length of each side" translates best into which math equation?
P = 6/s
P = 6s²
P = 6s
P = 6 + s
"Three times the sum of x and y" translates best into which math expression?
3(x – y)
3(x + y)
3x + y
2x³ – 10 translates to:
The sum of twice a number cubed and ten
Ten minus double a number cubed
Ten less than a number squared
Ten less than double a number cubed
8 + x/5 translates to:
(Please check all correct answers.)
The sum of eight and the difference of a number and five
The sum of eight and the product of a number and five
Eight plus a number divided by five
The sum of eight and the quotient of a number and five
Suppose dog food sells for $30 per bag, and that cat food sells for $25 per bag. What equation could we conjure from this information?
55xy = 110
30x • 25y
30x + 25y = 190
Woof + Meow = The sound of domesticated pets.
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