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Q: How do you find missing factor in exponential statement?

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Divide the product by the factor[s] you know. The answer is the missing factor.

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Divide the number by one of the known factors. Then divide the quotient by another factor. Continue with all the known factors. What you are left with at the end is the missing factor.

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To find a missing factor you need an equation. Is this supposed to be 4f = 11? Then the answer is f = 11/4 or 2 3/4 or 2.75

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