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http://gyazo.com/5116b355539259a55b1ff1abd16003e4 that?
yea, that. just the first 3 questions, right?

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alright well...do you have any ideas on what 1 would be?
um not really.. :[
it says n divided by 4. if it said 8 divided by 4, how would you write that?
@azaiah808 are you thinking?
@aripotta oh sorry i was doing something it would say 8/ 4?
exactly, so if you replace 8 with n, your answer for number 1 would be....?
@AriPotta 8/4=4?
that's not what i'm trying to say :/
you wrote 8/4 for 8 divided by 4. so it's the same thing for n divided by 4. except the "8" would be n......
ohhhh
so n = 8?
no.
i used 8 as an example.
if you wrote 8/4 for "8 divided by 4" then how would you write "n divided by 4" ?
oh i got it
what did you get?
So any number divided by 4?
yea, you're writing an algebraic expression for " a number, n, divided by 4"
which would have a similar answer to "8 divided by 4" right?
so what's the algebraic expression for n divided by 4 if the expression for 8 divided by 4 is 8/4?
do you understand what i'm trying to say? what's the answer to number 1?
nvm. i'm sure you know what the answer is. i'm not even going to attempt to help with the others. i'm just going to bed. good night

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