Translating Algebraic Expressions into Words

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In this lesson, we learn how to translate an algebraic expression into a verbal expression. We are shown how to identify the operation symbols and how to use keywords for addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction to help us. We are also given various ways to express the same expression in words, which allows for flexibility in our responses. Overall, this lesson provides a helpful guide to translating algebraic expressions into words.

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Translating an algebraic expression to a verbal expression

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do I translate an expression that is written algebraically to an expression written with words?
  • How do I write 5m^2 with words?
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    This lesson shows an example of how to translate an algebraic expression to an expression written with words.