Q: Write this mathematical phrase two ways, then simplify. The quotient of -120 and -3?

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9/m

2(3+p)

A phrase for this mathematical expression can be "subtract three from one." You can also use the phrase "three minus one." Another way to express this algebraic expression is to say "three less than."

If you mean 81/3 then the quotient is 27

1/2

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9/m

write a variable expresson to represent the phrase: the quotient of a number 3

2(3+p)

A phrase for this mathematical expression can be "subtract three from one." You can also use the phrase "three minus one." Another way to express this algebraic expression is to say "three less than."

If you mean 81/3 then the quotient is 27

1/2

You cannot write the quotient itself as an equation, but you can express a division operation and use an equation to express that the result of this operation (the quotient) is a specific value. For example, 16/8 =2.

555 / 12: quotient = 46, remainder = 3

You could write it as 5555555555555/1.

x/17

18/x

It is n/6.