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Algebraic Expression/Equation Game
9 meters higher than altitude x
3 less than a number
one third of a number
8 more than 3 times a number
8 less than 3 times a number
7 less than 4 times a number
7 decreased by 4 times a number
2 more than five-eighths of a number
9 less than twice a number
3 times a number
5 more than 8 times a number
15 meters per second slower than speed x
9 decreased by twice a number
9 meters shorter than twice length x
9 less than half a number
$9 cheaper than 4 times price x
7 times a number, increased by 4
3 decreased by a number
3 more than a number
5 times a number, increased by 8
5 times the sum of a number and 8
8 times the sum of a number and 5
twice the sum of 5 times a number and 8
8 times the sum of twice a number and 5
15 degrees hotter than temperature x
7 times a number, increased by 4 times the number
9 years older than twice age x
9 centimeters less than three- fourths of length x
A number times the quotient of the same number and 11 is 44
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