## Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

$3(\frac{n}{5})$=-n.
Translate this to mathematical symbols: Three times the quotient of n and 5 is the opposite of n. Three times the quotient $3(\frac{ }{ })$ of n and 5 $3(\frac{n}{5})$ is the opposite of n. $3(\frac{n}{5})$=-n