x + 3
"Product" means multiplication, so the product of 8 and x + 3 is
8(x + 3)
You need the parentheses to show it's the product of 8 and x + 3.
If you wrote only 8x + 3, that would mean the product of 8 and x, then you add 3 to it, which is different from your problem.
The quotient of d and g is d/g. Six less than this is d/g - 6.
*ten less than twice the product of s and t
The product of s and t is st, twice this is 2st. Ten less than the expression is 2st - 10.
*four more than the product of x and y
The product of x and y is xy. Four more than this is is xy + 4.
(5 - n) ÷ 2 = (5 - n)/2
15x + 13
Product of a number 'x' & 15 : x *15 = 15x
Sum of 15x & 13:
15x + 13
it says product of 2 means 2 times
then it says sum of x and 16 so thy are asking for the sum of x and 16 then multiplied by 2
so the ans is 2(x+16)
8(x + 14)
The term product signifies multiplication in mathematics. However, in order to find a product, we must have two or more terms to multiply. Because we are finding the product of 8 and the sum of a number x and 14, we will place the sum in parentheses to show they are being added together.
Using this knowledge, we are left with the sum in parentheses (x + 14) and the number 8 to multiply it.
To simplify, this can be written as 8(x + 14).
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