What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase : the quotient of 6 and the sum of 5 and y
6/5-y
6/5+y
6 (5+y)
6/5+6y

Answers

It's 6 divided by (x+y)
I think the answer is

6 ÷ (x+y) =

The answers would be

1. C

2. B

3. A

Step-by-step explanation:

The term product refers to multiplication. So in question 1, when we see the term quotient, we are looking to multiply.

The term quotient refers to division. So in questions 2 and 3, when we see this term, we look to divide.

Michael;s expression is incorrect

The correct expression is \frac{6}{5+y}

Step-by-step explanation:

we know that

The algebraic expression for the following word phrase"the quotient of 6 and the sum of 5 and y" is equal to divide the number 6 (numerator) by (5+y) (denominator)

so

\frac{6}{5+y}

therefore

Michael;s expression is incorrect

The correct expression is \frac{6}{5+y}

i need ore detail

Step-by-step explanation:

need more detail

Error: He multiplied 6 by 5 + y instead of divided 6 by 5 + y

Correct solution: 6 ÷ (5 + y)

Step-by-step explanation:

- Lets revise some words of some operations in mathematics

# The sum ⇒ (+) Add

# The difference ⇒ (-) subtract

# The product ⇒ (×) multiply

# The quotient (answer of division) ⇒ (÷) divide

* Lets solve the problem

- Michael is trying to write the algebraic expression for the following

 word phrase:

 the quotient of 6 and the sum of 5 and y

- Lets explain that: the quotient means the answer of division so he

 wants to divide a quantity by another one

∵ The first quantity is 6

∵ The second quantity is the sum of 5 and y

- He wants to divide 6 by (5 + y)

∴ The expression is 6 ÷ (5 + y)

* Error: He multiplied 6 by 5 + y instead of divided 6 by 5 + y

* Correct solution: 6 ÷ (5 + y)

C. 6n

B. \frac{6}{(x+y)}

A. \frac{Z}{3}

Step-by-step explanation:

1. This expression refers to the product operation between real numbers, therefore the correct algebraic form is 6n

2. This expression refers to the operation division between real numbers, therefore the correct algebraic form is \frac{6}{(x+y)}

3. This expression refers to the operation division between real numbers, therefore the correct algebraic form is \frac{Z}{3}

6z

Step-by-step explanation:

Because of how its stated "the quotient of 6 and z."

its confusing the way it is written the quotient is dividing not multiplying you could write 6/1+5y

Step-by-step explanation:

What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase :the quotient of 6 and the sum of 5 and Y 

6 (5+y) i think


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