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Match the verbal expression (term) with its algebraic expression (definition).

Match Term Definition
Some number increased by two A) a ÷ 2
A variable decreased by two B) x − 2
Product of an unknown value and two C) y2
Quotient of some number and two D) 2z
An unknown value squared E) b + 2

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Isabelle 3 months 2022-02-02T09:30:10+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-02-02T09:31:12+00:00

    Some number increased by two = b + 2

    A variable decreased by two = x – 2

    Product of an unknown value and two = 2z

    Quotient of some number and two = [tex]a \div 2[/tex]

    An unknown value squared = [tex]y^2[/tex]

    Solution:

    Some number increased by two

    Let the number be “b”

    Therefore, “b” is increased by two

    Here, “increased” means added

    Thus we get,

    Some number increased by two = b + 2

    A variable decreased by two

    Let the number be “x”

    Therefore, “x” is decreased by two

    Decreased means reduced or subtraction

    Thus we get,

    A variable decreased by two = x – 2

    Product of an unknown value and two

    Let the unknown value be “z”

    Product means “multiplication”

    Therefore, product of “z” and 2

    Product of an unknown value and two = 2z

    Quotient of some number and two

    Let the some number be “a”

    Quotient means result of division

    Quotient of some number and two = [tex]a \div 2[/tex]

    An unknown value squared

    Let the unknown value be “y”

    Squared means multiplied by itself

    An unknown value squared = [tex]y^2[/tex]

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    2022-02-02T09:32:02+00:00

    Answer

    answer above is correct

    Step-by-step explanation:

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