algebra
posted by Amy .
This should be simple ( and it probably is).
[527].5 divided by 5
22.5= 110 divided by 5 = 22
They said this was wrong! 5.22=+110? Right?
Please help my scattered brain!
<3 Amy

are the terms in the numerator multiplied or subtracted. If multiplied, you are right. If subtracted,
1105=115
divided by5 is 23 
They are multiplied. I'll ask my teacher about this one.
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