# Expressions

Let k represent an unknown number, express the following expressions:

1. The sum of the number n and two

2. The quotient of the number n and nine

3. Twice the number n

4. The difference between nine and the number n

5. Nine less than the number n

1. The sum of the number n and two

2. The quotient of the number n and nine

3. Twice the number n

4. The difference between nine and the number n

5. Nine less than the number n

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