Which is a correct statement about the description “six less than the quotient of a number cubed and nine, increased by twelve” when n = 3? Check all that apply.

The correct expression is mr022-1.jpg.

The correct expression is mr022-2.jpg.

One of the steps to determining the value when n = 3 is mr022-3.jpg.

One of the steps to determining the value when n = 3 is mr022-4.jpg.

The value when n = 3 is 7.

The value when n = 3 is 9.

The value when n = 3 is 15.

The value when n = 3 is 17.

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 n³/9-6+12=9 when n=3 answers 2, 3 and 6

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