- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., addition and subtraction are used.

**For example:** \((x+7) - 2\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the addition or subtraction should be performed in the order from left to right.

Here, first, a variable \(x\) is added to \(7\) and then \(2\) is subtracted from the sum of \(x\) and \(7\).

Thus, this can be written as:

\(2\) is subtracted from the sum of \(x\) and \(7\).

A \(10\) is added to the subtraction of \(6\) from \(y\)

B \(6\) is added to the subtraction of \(10\) from \(y\)

C \(6\) is added to the subtraction of \(y\) from \(10\)

D \(y\) is added to the subtraction of \(10\) from \(6\)

- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., addition and multiplication are used.

**For example:** \(2y+4\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the multiplication is performed first and then the addition.

First, a variable \(y\) is multiplied by \(2\) and then \(4\) is added to the product of \(2\) and \(y\).

Hence, this can be written as:

\(4\) is added to the product of \(2\) and \(y\).

A \(3\) is added to the product of \(7\) and \(x\)

B \(7\) is added to the product of \(3\) and \(x\)

C \(x\) is added to the product of \(7\) and \(3\)

D \(x\) is added to the sum of \(3\) and \(7\)

- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., subtraction and multiplication are used.

**For example:** \(24-5a\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the multiplication is performed first and then the subtraction.

Thus, first, \(5\) is multiplied by \(a\), then the product of \(5\) and \(a\) is subtracted from \(24\).

Hence, this can be written as:

The product of \(5\) and \(a\) is subtracted from \(24\) .

A The product of \(16\) and \(c\) is subtracted from \(2\)

B The product of \(2\) and \(c\) is subtracted from \(16\)

C \(2\) is subtracted from the product of \(c\) and \(16\)

D \(16\) is subtracted from the product of \(2\) and \(c\)

- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., addition and division are used.

**For example:** \(\dfrac{6}{a} + 3\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the division is to be performed first and then the addition.

Thus, first, \(6\) is divided by '\(a\)' and then \(3\) is added to the quotient of \(6\) by '\(a\) '.

Hence, this can be written as:

\(3\) is added to the quotient of \(6\) by '\(a\)'.

A The sum of \(b\) by \(6\) is divided by \(4\)

B The quotient of \(6\) by \(4\) is added to \(b\)

C The quotient of \(b\) by \(4\) is added to \(6\)

D The quotient of \(b\) by \(6\) is added to \(4\)

- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., subtraction and division are used.

**For example:** \(\dfrac{4}{c}- 2\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the division is to be performed first and then the subtraction.

Thus, first, \(4\) is divided by c and then \(2\) is subtracted from the quotient of \(4\) by c.

Hence, this can be written as:

\(2\) is subtracted from the quotient of \(4\) by c.

A \(10\) is subtracted from the quotient of \(b\) by \(5\)

B \(5\) is subtracted from the quotient of \(b\) by \(10\)

C The quotient of \(b\) by \(5\) is subtracted from \(10\)

D The quotient of \(b\) by \(10\) is subtracted from \(5\)

- Transformation of an expression into a phrase means writing the algebraic expression into words.
- Here, we will transform the expression in which two operations i.e., multiplication and division are used.

**For example: **\(\dfrac{2c}{3}\)

According to PEMDAS rule, the multiplication and division should be operated in the order from left to right.

Here, first, \(2\) is multiplied by \(c\) and then the product of \(2\) and \(c\) is divided by \(3\).

Thus, this can be written as:

The product of \(2\) and \(c\) is divided by \(3\).

A The product of \(2\) and \(a\) is divided by \(3\)

B The product of \(3\) and \(a\) is divided by \(2\)

C \(2\) is divided by the product of \(3\) and \(a\)

D \(3\) is divided by the product of \(2\) and \(a\)