would this be w+3+n
what is an algebraic expression for w+3 is a whole number, whats the next whole number after it
Yes, to answer your question, the algebraic expression should be w + 3 + n where n = 1 as mentioned by Eugene P. Since they say 'whole number' it will haactions or decimals. Also they say 'the next ' whole numbers and since whole numbers are counted as 1, 2, 3 etc. next one is always +1 to previous. So +1 to w + 3 is w +3 +1
Hence there is no need for n ; you can directly say W + 3 + 1 or even w + 4
If: w + 3 is a whole number, then the very
next whole number after it is: (w + 3) + 1 which is w + 4.
w+4 as long as W+3 is a real whole number