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**1. Write the following using literals, numbers and signs of basic operation:**

**(i) x increased by 12**

**(ii) y decreased by 7**

**(iii) The difference of a and b, when a > b**

**(iv) The product of x and y added to their sum**

**(v) One third of x multiplied by the sum of a and b**

**(vi) 5 times x added to seven times y**

**(vii) Sum of x and the quotient of y by 5**

**(viii) x taken away from 4**

**(ix) 2 less than the quotient of x by y**

**(x) x multiplied by itself**

**(xi) Twice x increased by y**

**(xii) Thrice x added to y squared**

**(xiii) x minus twice y**

**(xiv) x cubed less than y cubed**

**(xv) The quotient of x by 8 is multiplied by y**

**Solution**

(i) x increased by 12 is written as x + 12

(ii) y decreased by 7 is written as y â€“ 7

(iii) The difference of a and b, when a > b is (a â€“ b)

(iv) The product of x and y is xy, added to their sum is (x + y)

Hence, the product of x and y added to their sum is (x + y) + xy

(v) One third of x = x / 3

Sum of a and b = (a + b)

âˆ´ One third of x multiplied by the sum of a and b = x / 3 Ã— (a + b)

= x (a + b) / 3

(vi) 5 times x = 5x, seven times y = 7y

âˆ´ 5 times x added to seven times y is written as 7y + 5x

(vii) Sum of x = x

Quotient of y = y / 5

âˆ´ Sum of x and the quotient of y by 5 = x + y / 5

(viii) x taken away from 4 is written as (4 â€“ x)

(ix) Quotient of x by y = x / y

âˆ´ 2 less than the quotient of x by y = (x / y) â€“ 2

(x) x multiplied by itself is x Ã— x = x^{2}

âˆ´ x multiplied by itself is written as x^{2}

(xi) Twice x increased by y is written as (2x + y)

(xii) Thrice x = 3 Ã— x = 3x and y squared = (y Ã— y) = y^{2}

âˆ´ Thrice x added to y squared is written as 3x + y^{2}

(xiii) Twice y = 2 Ã— y = 2y

âˆ´ x minus twice y is written as (x â€“ 2y)

(xiv) x cubed = (x Ã— x Ã— x) = x^{3 }y cubed = (y Ã— y Ã— y ) = y^{3}

^{ }âˆ´ x cubed less than y cubed is written as (y^{3 }– x^{3})

(xv) The quotient of x by 8 is x / 8

âˆ´ The quotient of x by 8 is multiplied by y is written as (x / 8) Ã— y

**2. Ranjit scores 80 marks in English and x marks in Hindi. What is his total score in the two subjects?**

**Solution**

Marks scored by Ranjit in English = 80

Marks scored by Ranjit in Hindi = x

Total score in the two subjects = (Marks in English) + (Marks in Hindi)

= (80 + x)

âˆ´ Total score in the two subjects scored by Ranjit is (80 + x) marks