Which expression represents “3 more than twice a number”?
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The answer would have to be 3+2x
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I took the test online in K12 and when I reviewed it said that 2n+3 is the correct answer.
Hey there! Hello!
So, for this problem, I don't really see an answer choice that fits along with this description?? The last one is the closest to the answer I believe it is, but still doesn't fit exactly:
Twice a number = 2n
Three more than = +3
Final equation = 2n+3
Perhaps you have a typo either in your question or your answer problem, or I'm just way too tired. Either way, I hope this helped you out, and feel free to ask me any additional questions you may have.
I think the answer is this 2x+3