# MathsWatch

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Need help with the language of algebraic expressions
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Well lets start with what you have done:
Part 13 says to half a difference. You have written a difference there, but have you halved it?

Part 17 says ten more. When you go to a shop and ask for sweets, the shopkeeper gives you one sweet. Then you ask for ten more, how many sweets will you have in total? Try re-doing that now.

Now work on ones you haven't done:
Part 5 you should know - you already did it in a previous part.

Part 6 - First figure out what the square of x means. Then you want 5 lots of that. So if you want 5 lots of a bunch of bananas. What does that mean? It means you get 5 bunches of banans - but you have more than 5 bananas because each bunch has a few.
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5 is the same as 4, 8 is (x+12) over 2, 9 is 2xy, 10 is x over 2, 11 is 1/2(xy), 12 is 1/2(x+y), 14 is x squared plus y squared, 16 is (x+y) over 6, 19 is x-10 ... yeah I’m bored now do the rest
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