Write a equation: Two thirds of a number decreased by the product of a number and two, squared, is 43 (PLEASE ANSWER ASAP )
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facundo3141592 6 months ago
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We can transform the mathematical sentence into the equation:

(2/3)*x - (2*y)^2 = 43

How to write the equation?

Here we have the sentence:

" Two thirds of a number decreased by the product of a number and two, squared, is 43"

First, we can define x as "the number"

Then:

" Two thirds of a number..." is:

(2/3)*x

Now we add the next part:

"... decreased by the product of a number and two, squared, is 43"

Assuming that this is another number, let's call it y, we have:

(2/3)*x - (2*y)^2 = 43

This is our two-variable equation.

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