# SOLUTION: Translate each phrase to an algebraic expression. Use any letter for the variable unless directed otherwise. I really need help with this and please show your work. Thank you.

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 Question 258126: Translate each phrase to an algebraic expression. Use any letter for the variable unless directed otherwise. I really need help with this and please show your work. Thank you. Problem One: Seven more than some number Problem two: Nine more than some numberAnswer by drk(1908)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Lets take each, one at a time. -- Problem One: Seven more than some number seven = 7 more than means + some number means a variable, lets say x so, we get 7 + x you can also write x + 7. -- Problem two: Nine more than some number nine = 9 more than means + some number means a variable, lets say y so, we get 9 + y you can also write y + 9.