# Could You Pass This Toughest Algebra Test?

9 Questions | Total Attempts: 79  Settings  The purpose of Algebra is stating a mathematical relationship and its equation by using letters of the alphabet. Algebra allows us to substitute values in order to solve the equations for the unknown quantities. Connect word expressions to algebraic expressions. So let's try out the quiz and accept the challenge. All the best!

• 1.
Twenty-two times a number, a, plus three
• A.

A x 22 + 3

• B.

3 + 2 x 22

• C.

22 x a + 3

• 2.
A number, a, increased by three, all times twenty-two
• A.

A + 3 x 22

• B.

(a + 3) x 22

• C.

3 + a x 22

• 3.
Twenty-two times a number, a, decreased by three
• A.

22 x a - 3

• B.

A x 22 - 3

• C.

22 + a x 3

• 4.
A number, a, divided by three, increased by twenty-two
• A.

3 / a + 22

• B.

A / 3 + 22

• C.

3 / a x 22

• 5.
The sum of three and twenty-two, all divided by a number, a
• A.

(3 + 22) / a

• B.

A / (3 + 22)

• C.

3 + 22 / a

• 6.
A number, a, less than twenty-two, all times three
• A.

22 - (a x 3)

• B.

22 - a x 3

• C.

(22 - a) x 3

• 7.
The sum of a number, a, and three, all divided by twenty-two
• A.

(a + 3) / 22

• B.

A + (3 / 22)

• C.

A + 3 / 22

• 8.
Twenty-two less than a number, a all times three
• A.

22 - a x 3

• B.

(a - 22) x 3

• C.

22 - 1 x 3

• 9.
A number, a, decreased by three and then increased by twenty-two
• A.

3 - a + 22

• B.

(a - 3) + 22

• C.

A - 3 + 22

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