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Can somebody help me solve this prealgebra word problem?

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I do not get it. How do you solve for this thanks.

Which of the following expressions represents the product of 3 less than twice x and 2 more than the quantity 3 times x 

asked Dec 26, 2012 in PRE-ALGEBRA by payton Apprentice
reshown Dec 26, 2012 by bradely

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Given expressions represents the product of 3 less than twice x and 2 more than the quantity 3 times x .

Product indicates symbol is  ( * )

Less than indicates symbol is  ( - )

More than indicates symbol is  ( + )

Times indicates symbol is  ( * )

So the first black t"he product of 3 less than twice x" is 2x - 3.

the second  black " 2 more than the quantity 3 times x" is 3x + 2.

So,the product of 3 less than twice x and 2 more than the quantity 3 times x are 2x - 3 and 3x + 2.

Given expressions are 2x - 3 and 3x + 2.

answered Dec 26, 2012 by botsa Rookie

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