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Write the phrase as a variable expression. Use x to represent "a number." 8 less than 4 times a number A. 8x - 4 B. 4 - 8x C. 8 - 4x D. 4x - 8
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User: Write the phrase as a variable expression. Use x to represent "a number." 8 less than 4 times a number A. 8x - 4 B. 4 - 8x C. 8 - 4x D. 4x - 8





Weegy: B. 4 - 8x
Expert answered|beboythewizkid|Points 1948|

User: Write the phrase as a variable expression. Use x to represent "a number." 5 less than 3 times a number A. 5 - 3x B. 5x - 3 C. 3x - 5 D. 3 - 5x

Weegy: The answer should be C. 3x - 5
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User: Write the phrase as a variable expression. Use x to represent "a number." 4 more than 9 times a number A. 4x + 9 B. 9(4 + x) C. 13x D. 9x + 4

Weegy: It should be D. 9x + 4
Expert answered|spyderman|Points 562|

User: Simplify. 38 + 1 2 A. 40 B. 36 C. 114 D. 78

Weegy: I'm sorry but the given doesn't make sense. Can you check please
Expert answered|spyderman|Points 562|

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