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Write each English phrase as an algebraic expression. Two more than $-b$

Chapter 1

The Set of Real Numbers

Section 5

Subtraction of Real Numbers

To read the English phrase to more than negative B as an expression is going to be difficult. We're going to start with negative B and two more than means we're going to add to that, and this is our expression.

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