3y +5. (or three times reemas age +5 for those who think they struggle with algebra)

Or possibly 3(y+5)

or Seemas age = reemas age +5 multiplied by 3

Theres different ways to interpret the question, basically it’s an example of why brackets exist in maths so you know which parts of a sum to do first.

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Answer:3y +5. (or three times reemas age +5 for those who think they struggle with algebra)

Or possibly 3(y+5)

or Seemas age = reemas age +5 multiplied by 3

Theres different ways to interpret the question, basically it’s an example of why brackets exist in maths so you know which parts of a sum to do first.