Q: How do you write the sum of 15 divided by b and 6?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

Related questions

2.5

2.5

2.5

6

(9 + 15)/(-5 + 1) = 24/-4 = -6.

2.5

6. (10 x 15) ÷ (10 + 15) = 150 ÷ 25 = 6

0.5

Set up an equation using x for the integer. The equation would be: x/(-4+6)=-15 Firstly find the sum of -4 and 6. It would be 2. The equation is now: x/2=-15 Multiply both sides by 2. This means that: x=-30 Plug it back into the equation to check: -30/(-4+6)=-15 -30/2=-15 -15=-15 It works therefore -30 is the integer that when divided by the sum of negative 4 and positive 6 equals negative 15.

It depends on the sum of 6 and WHAT!

its 5 squared divided by the sum of 28 to the power of ten. -maths teacher

0.6