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10 plus the qoutient of a number and 15

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  1. Kassandrac
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    x divided by 15 + 10

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    division is in ()

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    like this? x/15+10

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    help

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  5. xartaan
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    You are correct, the only recommendation I can make is that you specify the order of operations more clearly. Recall, PEMDAS (parenthesis exponents multiply divide add subtract). Since division takes precedence over addition, you may want to write it like \[(x/15) +10\]. But other than that, you are spot on.

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    I'm pretty sure it's \[10 + \frac{x}{15}\]

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    well idk whos right

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  8. xartaan
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    I am confused, everyone's answer is the same, both of ours, and yours. X is some number, 15 is in the denominator, and 10 is added to the result.

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    I wrote it in the most literal form

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