## Algebra 1

Given expression: $5/n$ The student says," the quotient of n and 5". He is wrong. The correct phrase for the given expression is the quotient of 5 and n.
The student says that the given expression can be written in words as " the quotient of n and 5". He is incorrect because, by his explanation, the original expression wouldn't be $5/n$ but instead would be as follows: $$n/5$$