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Division Expression in Algebra

 Addition Expression (Algebra) Division Expression (Algebra) Multipication Expression (Algebra) Subtraction Expression (Algebra) Terms of Algebraic Expression Value of an Algebraic Expression Tree Diagram for Algebraic Expression Constants Variables

Explanation :-
Division Expression in algebra includes:
Literal Numbers,
Division Operator
And Constants

Some points to be remember in Division Expression in Algebra are as follows:-

1)Division of a constant by a literal number:- When a constant is divided by a literal number, it is written as Constant ÷ Literal Number
For Example :- (25 ÷ z), (8 ÷ pq), (19 ÷ abc)

2)Division of a literal number by a constant:- When a literal number is divided by a constant, it is written as Literal number ÷ Constant.
For Example :- (z ÷ 25), (pq ÷ 8), (abc ÷ 19)

3)Division of a literal number by another literal number:- When a literal number is divided by another literal number(s), it is written as Literal Number ÷ Literal Numbers
For Example:- (a ÷ b), (pq ÷ rs), (xyz ÷ abc)

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