Algebra
posted by tish on .
45 ÷ 6t x 11x
I have already posted this question and received an answer. However, brackets weren't used and so still seeking understanding.
I was trying to divide 6 into 45 then multiply 11x, but it isn't working out as the book answers. Once again, thank you to who ever may be able to help me.

Is it possible you can use () to make the question understandable?

I forgot to put the x after the 45. And I don't understand what you mean. Sorry.
45x ÷ 6t x 11x
Note: I am studying to get my GED's so I can go back to school. I never touched on any of this. 
What is the answer in your book?

(55x2)/t