How do you write the phrase as an algebraic expression “Five more than the quotient of z divided by seven equals 12”?
More than is equivalent to a plus sign(indicating addition), quotient is the equivalent to division, and equals is telling you that this is the resultant, thus it is an equal sign.
Thus the expression will be
Here's how I did it:
Let's split this sentence up:
"Five more than" refers to adding something by
"The quotient of z divided by seven" refers to
Finally, "equals 12" refers to setting everything above equal to
Combining everything above, we get:
Hope this helps!