In Algebra, how is one monomial divided by another monomial written, using a slash?

The answer given by the AI tutor was:

When one monomial is divided by another monomial, it is written with a slash (/) between the two monomials. For example, if you have the monomials a and b and the division would be written as a/b.

The AI system then asked me:
Would you like to try a question based on the concept above?

I answered "Yes."

Here is what the system replied:

If a monomial is written as 8x^2 and another as 4x, how would you write the division of the first monomial by the second using a slash?

I replied:

8x^2/4x

The AI tutor responded:

Partially correct
You're on the right track! When dividing monomials, you write the division as a fraction or with a slash. So, 8x^2 divided by 4x is indeed written as 8x^2/4x.

However, it's always a good idea to simplify when possible. In this case, 8x^2/4x simplifies to 2x.
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The only way to obtain the quotient of 2x from the monomial division expression of 8x^2/4x is if the AI tutor on this math teaching website treated it as the top-and-bottom fraction of...

8x^2
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4x

With that being the case, 2x divided by 2x is 2x/2x, which can also be written as the top-and-bottom fraction...

2x
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2x

...which equals 1.

6/2(1+2) is the exact same monomial division as 2x divided by 2x when x=3 or x=(1+2), regardless of whether the division symbol is an obelus, a slash or a fraction bar (since all division symbols mean "divided by" & separate the dividend/numerator from the divisor/denominator). Ultimately, it's 6 divided by 6, which equals 1.

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I asked:

In Algebra, how is one monomial divided by another monomial written, using a slash?

The answer given by the AI tutor was:

When one monomial is divided by another monomial, it is written with a slash (/) between the two monomials. For example, if you have the monomials a and b and the division would be written as a/b.

The AI system then asked me:

Would you like to try a question based on the concept above?

I answered "Yes."

Here is what the system replied:

If a monomial is written as 8x^2 and another as 4x, how would you write the division of the first monomial by the second using a slash?

I replied:

8x^2/4x

The AI tutor responded:

Partially correct

You're on the right track! When dividing monomials, you write the division as a fraction or with a slash. So, 8x^2 divided by 4x is indeed written as 8x^2/4x.

However, it's always a good idea to simplify when possible. In this case, 8x^2/4x simplifies to 2x.

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The only way to obtain the quotient of 2x from the monomial division expression of 8x^2/4x is if the AI tutor on this math teaching website treated it as the top-and-bottom fraction of...

8x^2

------

4x

With that being the case, 2x divided by 2x is 2x/2x, which can also be written as the top-and-bottom fraction...

2x

---

2x

...which equals 1.

6/2(1+2) is the exact same monomial division as 2x divided by 2x when x=3 or x=(1+2), regardless of whether the division symbol is an obelus, a slash or a fraction bar (since all division symbols mean "divided by" & separate the dividend/numerator from the divisor/denominator). Ultimately, it's 6 divided by 6, which equals 1.