# Evaluate value

Evaluate the value of the following expressions:

1. The product of nine and a number 12 decreased by six

2. Eight decreased by three times a number 2.

3. The quotient of twice a number 49 and seven.

1. The product of nine and a number 12 decreased by six

2. Eight decreased by three times a number 2.

3. The quotient of twice a number 49 and seven.

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