Q: How do you write the product of x and 7 divided by 5 in a algebraic expression?

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As a algebraic expression it is simply n/8

divisor

6/n?

u would write x/7

x/7

25x= 5

That is called "factoring".

0.5*xy

easy a dived 12

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Write the general algebraic expression for each using matchstick?

(100)/(k+m)

(4n) - 25

write an algebraic expression for 4 more than p

You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4

Yes, an algebraic expression needs no operation and can have multiple variables.

The normal way to write z times 19 in an algebraic expression is 19z.

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The term is: 8a

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