Translating English to Algebraic Symbols. For each phrase given below, DEFINE one or more variables to stand for the unknown quantities. Besure that your definition includes the QUANTITY which the variable is representing as well as the UNITS being used to measure the variable. Write an algebraic expression to represent the phrase.

a.) Three-fifths of the saving account balance

b.) The radius of the circle increased by five centimeters

c.) Fifteen miles less that twice the distance to the city

d.) The difference between the height of the roof and the height of the tree

e.) One-third of the sum of the cost of rent and the cost of utilities
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???????????? du sumwon giv yu number $ in the akkount ??????????

if so multipli that bi 3/5

If not, but yer hed intu the wall nuf times tu make hole in wall
answered Dec 12, 2013 by muneepenee

a. y = (3/5)s ($)
b. y = r + 5 (cm)
c. y = 2d - 15 (miles)
d. y = r - t (some distance unit like feet)
e. y = (1/3)(r + u) (some currency value like $)

answered Aug 5 by Dope Pope

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