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- anonymous

Translate the word phrase into a variable expression.
The quotient of a number and 4 are increased by 5.
A. n+5/4
B. 4n+5
C. n4+5
D. 4/n+5

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I think that the answer should be A or B

- mathmate

The question as it is is not clear, grammatically. Also, there's a problem with the answer choices, c and d are identical.
Can you please post an image of the original question, perhaps the answer choices as well?

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- misty1212

HI!!

- texaschic101

quotient is a division problem...but I would have thought the answer would be : n/4 + 5

- radar

Choice D has two ways of thinking is it (4/n) + 5 or is it 4/(n+5) sort of ambiguous.

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