a) 62 + 7n

b) 13p + 0.1

a) 62 + 7n

b) 13p + 0.1

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a) seven times a number increased by sixty-two.

b) thirteen times a number increased by one-tenth.

a) Sum of 62 and 7 times a number;

b) 0.1 more than a product of 13 and p;

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