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### Math Word Problems - GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE Preparation1.2 Algebraic Expressions

 An algebraic expression, or simply an expression is a mathematical statement that may use numbers, variables, or both. Examples for expressions include: 9 x 6 + 9 1 × u + o 5x + 1 9x + 2y + z 2jk or 2 x j x k or 2(jk) Directions: Express the statements as algebraic expressions. Also, write at least five examples of your own of language statements and their equivalent mathematical expressions.
 Q 1: The sum of twice a number and 13. Write an algebraic expression for the statement.x + 1313x + 213 + 22x + 13 Q 2: Two less than three times a number.2x - 33x - 23 - 2x Q 3: A car travels at 60 miles per hour. Write an expression for the distance the car will have traveled after m hours.m - 6060 + mm/6060 × m Q 4: Six times the sum of a number and 46 x 46(x + 4)6x + 46(4x) Q 5: Six times a number, less 116+a-116 - 1111x - 66s - 11 Q 6: Three less than a number. Write an algebraic expression for the statement.a + 33 - aa - 33a Q 7: Mary weighs 60 pounds, and Lucy weighs p pounds. Write an expression for their combined weight.60 + 960 + pinsufficient information60 + 0 Q 8: Jill's age five years ago.x/55 - xx + 5x - 5 Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!