What is the algebraic expression for: the product of 8 and a number k is greater than 4 and no more than 16? Algebra Expressions, Equations, and Functions Variable Expressions 1 Answer Perihelion Mar 11, 2018 Answer: #4<8k<=16# Explanation: #8k# is the number #k# multiplied by #8#. #4<8k# represents the fact that the product of #8k# will be larger than #4#. #8k<=16# represents the fact that #8k# can equal up to the value of #16# but not more than it. Related questions How do you write the variable expression for: a quotient of 2 and the sum of a number and 3 ? What are variables? What are variable expressions? How do you write variable expressions? How do you evaluate variable expressions? How do you simplify the expression #3x-x+4#? How do you write a quotient of a number and 6 as an expression? How do you evaluate the expression #2x+1# for #x=1#? How do you write a product of a number and 2 as an expression? How do you write 5 less than 2 times a number as a variable expression? See all questions in Variable Expressions Impact of this question 5991 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License