# Algebra problem

This is algebra. Let n represent an unknown number.

1. Eight more than the number n

2. Three times the number n

3. The product of the numbers n and eight

4. Three less than the number n

5. Three decreased by the number n

6. Two less than three times the unknown

1. Eight more than the number n

2. Three times the number n

3. The product of the numbers n and eight

4. Three less than the number n

5. Three decreased by the number n

6. Two less than three times the unknown

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