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## Sample Problems For Phrases to Algebraic Expressions

### Complexity=1

Convert to an algebraic expression. Use * for multiplication and / for division.
 1 the product of -14 and u 2 the difference of v and 21

### Complexity=1, Mode=equation

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 1 forty-four subtracted from f is less than or equal to the product of j and x 2 c increased by t is less than the difference of negative one times e and 37

### Complexity=2

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 1 the product of p and (r minus 37) 2 twenty-six added to the product of negative twenty-eight and z

### Complexity=2, Mode=equation

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 1 the product of h and (g plus z) is less than the product of c, t, and v 2 the sum of t and w minus 41 is less than b increased by one increased by nine

### Complexity=3, Mode=equation

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 1 the product of -1, c, j, and m is greater than or equal to d times (the difference of (48 increased by sixteen) and y) 2 g increased by the product of forty-eight and u increased by h is greater than or equal to the product of negative twenty-six, -14, eighteen, and x

### Complexity=1

Convert to an algebraic expression. Use * for multiplication and / for division.
1the product of -14 and u
2the difference of v and 21

### Complexity=1, Mode=equation

Convert to an algebraic expression. Use * for multiplication and / for division.
1forty-four subtracted from f is less than or equal to the product of j and x
Solution
For the phrase "forty-four subtracted from f", f is being modified by 44, so we get "f - 44"
2c increased by t is less than the difference of negative one times e and 37
Solution
For the phrase "c increased by t", c is being modified by t, so we get "c + t"

### Complexity=2

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1the product of p and (r minus 37)
Solution
For the phrase "(r minus 37)", r is being modified by 37, so we get "r - 37"
2twenty-six added to the product of negative twenty-eight and z
Solution
For the phrase "twenty-six added to (the product of negative twenty-eight and z)", - 28z is being modified by 26, so we get "- 28z + 26"

### Complexity=2, Mode=equation

Convert to an algebraic expression. Use * for multiplication and / for division.
1the product of h and (g plus z) is less than the product of c, t, and v
Solution
For the phrase "(g plus z)", g is being modified by z, so we get "g + z"
2the sum of t and w minus 41 is less than b increased by one increased by nine
Solution
For the phrase "(the sum of t and w) minus 41", t + w is being modified by 41, so we get "t + w - 41"
For the phrase "b increased by one", b is being modified by 1, so we get "b + 1"
For the phrase "b increased by one increased by nine", b + 1 is being modified by 9, so we get "b + 1 + 9"

### Complexity=3, Mode=equation

Convert to an algebraic expression. Use * for multiplication and / for division.
1the product of -1, c, j, and m is greater than or equal to d times (the difference of (48 increased by sixteen) and y)
Solution
For the phrase "(48 increased by sixteen)", 48 is being modified by 16, so we get "48 + 16"
2g increased by the product of forty-eight and u increased by h is greater than or equal to the product of negative twenty-six, -14, eighteen, and x
Solution
For the phrase "g increased by (the product of forty-eight and u)", g is being modified by 48u, so we get "g + 48u"
For the phrase "g increased by (the product of forty-eight and u) increased by h", g + 48u is being modified by h, so we get "g + 48u + h"

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