# How do you write "6 more than twice m" as an algebraic expression?

Oct 9, 2017

See a solution process below:

#### Explanation:

First, "twice m" means to double $m$ or multiply $m$ by $2$. We can write this as:

$2 \times m$

or

$2 \cdot m$

or

$2 m$

Then, "6 more than" this means we need to increase it by $6$ or add $6$ to it. We can write this as:

$6 + 2 m$

or

$2 m + 6$