n and 8
As a algebraic expression it is simply n/8
The quotient n times 8 is an algebra expression. The answer to this math problem is 1.
how to write this in algebraic expression 1 more than the quotient of n and 2
x = n/14 or x = 14/n
n = 5/(x + 12)
4-(n/7) *the foreward slash represents the divided by sign
(x + y)/20= n
The question is ambiguous so the answer is one of:3/n - 5 or 3/(n-5)
Watch closely:The sum of 'n' and '8' is written as (n + 8).
7 + 8 * n
It is 8*(-4)N which is -32N
It is 18/n.
Where the number=n: (n/2)+8.
-8 + 13/N, where N â‰ 0.
s= -8 + n, or s=n - 8, where s is the sum and n is the number
2n/6 - 9 or n/3 - 9