How do you name two monomials with the quotient of #24a^2b^3#?

1 Answer
May 16, 2017

Answer:

Choose any monomial and multiply it by #24a^2b^3# to find the other monomial.

Explanation:

A quotient is the answer to a division.

There are many possible answers.

For example,

Which 2 numbers have a quotient of #4#?

#100/25 = 72/18 = 60/15 = 48/12= 32/8 = (3/2)/(3/8) = 4#

To find another two, choose one and multiply it by #4#.

#23 xx 4 = 92" ":. 92/23 =4#

In this case it is the same with algebra:

Choose any monomial (one term) and multiply it by #24a^2b^3# to find the other monomial.

For example:

#5a^3b^5 xx 24a^2b^3 = 120a^5b^8#

#:. (120a^5b^8)/(5a^3b^5) = 24a^2b^3 #