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jojo12g

  • one year ago

i think b

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  2. mathstudent55
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    quotient means division Do you see a division in b?

  3. jojo12g
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    no

  4. mathstudent55
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    Don't look at the answers. Let's look at the question and translate it into a math expression.

  5. jojo12g
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    k

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    i think a though

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    Start with the red part. We use n for "a number". \(\sf \color{red}{The ~quotient ~of ~a ~number ~and ~4} ~is ~increased ~by ~5.\)

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    A quotient is a division. A fraction also means a division.

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    k

  10. mathstudent55
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    Just look at the expression in red.

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    \(\sf \color{red}{The ~quotient ~of ~a ~number ~and ~4} ~is ~increased ~by ~5.\) \(\color{red}{\dfrac{n}{4}}\) or \(\color{red}{n \div 4}\) I only did the part in red. Do you understand it?

  12. jojo12g
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    ya

  13. jojo12g
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    so c

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    Now we deal with the rest. Increased means something is added to it. Increased by 5 means add 5 to it. \(\sf \color{red}{The ~quotient ~of ~a ~number ~and ~4} \color{green}{~is ~increased ~by ~5.}\) \( \color{red}{\dfrac{n}{4}} \color{green}{+ 5}\) or \(\color{red}{n \div 4} \color{green}{+ 5}\)

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    Correct. C is the answer.

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    so c i think

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    thanx

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    yw

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    Do you need help in more questions ? @jojo12g

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