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6 September, 08:43

Which expression represents the phrase "twice the sum of a number and three"?

2 + (2n+3)

2 (n+3)

2 (2n-3)

2n + 3

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  1. 6 September, 09:24
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    the answer is b.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    it would be b because it says, "twice the number" which means multiply by 2. we are left with 2 answers, b and c. now it says "sum of a number and 3", which sum means addition, adding. therefore, the answer is b.
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