IN MATH: 1. n. an amount; a number or expression having value. 2. n. an expression to be considered as one whole. EX. may be read "x plus six, the quantity squared" or "the quantity x plus six, squared."

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ENGLISH: 1. as defined above. EX. The necklace contained a small quantity of gold.

APPLICATION: See list 0.

Write an expression or equation as needed.
1. four times the quantity of x minus two.
2. the quantity of x minus three times the quantity of x plus four.
3. the quantity of x minus three times x plus four.

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