How do you write: the quotient of p and 4 and a number?

1 Answer
Dec 7, 2016

Answer:

see explanation

Explanation:

You have three terms: variable #p#, digit value #4#, and a number.
Let's say the unknown number is #n#.

A quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. If you were to divide #a# and #b# you would have quotient form of #a/b#.

Now I am not very sure exactly what "p and 4 and a number" means, but I am going to interpret it two ways:

quotient of #p# and #4n# ("4 and a number" = product of 4 and a number) #\rArrp/(4n)#
quotient of #p# and #4# AND #n# #\rArrp/(4/n)#