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Q: What is an algebraic expression for the quotient of a number and 15?

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It is: 15+w or w+15 as a algebraic expression

|Any Number|+15

2x+15

(3x+15)/2

It is an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: -21x-15.

n = number 2(n + 15) ======

15-k

15 - 2x

It is: r/15

15

You know it alr

p/15

T = 15 + C. T = Total C = Cats That is kind of simple but its still an algebraic expression.

-15 ----- n (-15 over a variable)

It is: 15x

x-15, x represents the unknown number, and to have 15 less you would simply subtract 15 from x.... therefore your answer is x-15

It is: 15+w

It is: 15+5v

y + 15 = 10

15 + v512 is an algebraic expression which cannot be simplified.

The product of 15 and c in algebraic expression is simply 15c, which means 15 times c.

18

b - 15 = 28

A single number cannot have a quotient by itself.

15.x-12