#1**+1 **

Nickolas....if you cannot get ANY of these......or at least TRY, after all of your postings and all of the answers given to you, you are in a course that is too advanced for you....you may need to back down a couple of course levels and re-tool before taking on this level.

ElectricPavlov Apr 8, 2019

#3**-1 **

I can handle these you did not respond on my last one I posted it got to far back I reposted>>>>>

Nickolas
Apr 8, 2019

#4**0 **

I dont need to go back I do more then just this some definition I knowe some I dont

Nickolas
Apr 8, 2019

#7**+2 **

I did respond....you never posted what you thought the answers were.......

ElectricPavlov
Apr 8, 2019

#2**+2 **

These are always a little difficult....you just have to translate words to math expressions

Some number increased by two....let the number = b

Increasing this by 2 must be b + 2

A variable decreased by 2.....let the variable = x

Decreasing this by 2 must be x - 2

Product of an unknown variable and 2 ...."product" means "multiply"

So....we're multiplying an unknown variable by 2.....do you see the correct answer, Nickolas???

Quotient of some number and 2...."quotient" means "divide"

Which one of the answers looks like division ????

Unknown variable squared......we have ....(some variable)^2

Which one is this???

CPhill Apr 8, 2019

#6**+1 **

Okay so I guess I would start off at the top

(Some Number Increased By Two)

How would that look I think it would be the letter (B)

B+2 Would be it

Nickolas Apr 8, 2019

#8**+1 **

Ya-a-a-a-h CPhill gave you that one Haha..... keep going ! He gave you the second one too....

ElectricPavlov
Apr 8, 2019

#12**+1 **

Well For

A Varible Decreased by Two

= X-2

X is the varible and we are taking away from it....

Nickolas
Apr 8, 2019

#15**+1 **

Yeppers..... keep going......you can do it....fewer choices now available makes it easier.

ElectricPavlov
Apr 8, 2019