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Translating Algebraic Expressions

Translate,what is the quotient of the sum of two numbers and twenty?




Algebra Class Says:

Let's first talk about the vocabulary:

quotient means to divide

sum means to add

Since they don't tell us what two numbers, we must use two variables. I will use x and y.

This translates to:

(x+y) /20

Hope this helps,
Karin

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