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26 February, 07:56

What are 2 algebraic expressions to represent "a number times 4"

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  1. 26 February, 08:07
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    X•4 and x (4)

    Explanation: a number we don't know the value of we represent it with a variable (X) times 4; )
  2. 26 February, 09:36
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    4x or x (4) because x represents the number, and since you're multiplying by four all you need to do is (4) or 4x
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