I work through several examples where we write mathematical expressions from words (phrases). The examples are:
- the sum of 4x, 5, and 7x
- the quotient of 5x and 6
- the difference of 6b and 8 multiplied by 2
- the quantity 2a squared.
This lesson is meant for 6th grade and for pre-algebra. The first part of the lesson, which deals with the concept of an expression and evaluating expressions, is found here:
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