Directions: Write the symbolic form from each of the word problems below. Use the character’s names as the variables. No need to simplify your answers.

17. If Jamond has three more books than the sum of Mason and Adam, then how many books does he have?

18. If Nancy answered five more word problems than the quotient of Samantha and Trisha’s answers, then how many word problems did Nancy answer?

19. Jolie was trying to learn a new word every day. She started keeping track of how many new words she had learned. If she learned 6 more new words than four to the 6th power, then how many new words did Jolie learn?

20. Ricky and Sam were practicing their writing in school. If Ricky’s practice contained six fewer letters than the product of Sam’s answers and 10, how many letters did Ricky write?

Jamond= 3 + (Mason+Adam)Nancy= 5 +Samantha/TrishaJolle= 6 + 4^6Ricky= 6 – (10Sam)## How to write the expressions

three morebooks than sum of Mason and Adamfivemore than thequotientof Samantha and Trisha’s answers6 morethan four to the6th power6 fewerletter than theproductof Sam’s answers and 10word problemshere: