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I'd really appreciate it if you help me with this problem I have encountered.
How do you write this: seven plus?
Is it 7+ or +7?
Thank you very much.
Oct 07 2011 14:28:33
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"
Seven plus
," is written, "
7 +
"
Basically, it is written with the symbols in exactly the same order you would put the words,
so "
seven plus four equals eleven
," is written "
7 + 4 = 11
."
I hope this helps.
-S
Oct 07 2011 14:32:17
Problem solved.
I wish I could delete this post. I got it. The expression in question was 'seven plus or minus two'. I get it now. I was confused before.
Oct 07 2011 14:33:14
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Yes dear sbolton. Thank you very much.
Oct 07 2011 18:06:14
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Seven plus," is written, "7 +"Basically, it is written with the symbols in exactly the same order you would put the words,

so "

seven plus four equals eleven," is written "7 + 4 = 11."I hope this helps.

-S

sboltonI wish I could delete this post. I got it. The expression in question was 'seven plus or minus two'. I get it now. I was confused before.

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