Q: How many times can you subtract 0.6 from 6 before you reach 0?

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90 divided by 9 is 10 so you can subtract 9 from 90 for 10 times before you reach 0 if you want to go into negative numbers you can keep subtracting as many times as you like you are sooooooooo wrong WOW. You can subtract 9 once from 90 because once you subtract 9 from 90, 90 becomes 81. That's how I do it

10 times.

As many times as you want. If what you mean is, how many times can you subtract 2 from 46 before you hit zero (that is, "how many times does two go into 46") the answer is 23.

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Ten times because 6 minus 10 times 0.6 = 0

It means how many times you can subtract the whole number from the fraction before you reach zero. Assuming you've not got a mixed fraction, the whole number will only be able to be subtracted a fractional number of times.

The number of times can you subtract 50 by 2 is 25

Riddle answer : As many as you like -- (100-10) will always equal 90. However, if it isn't a riddle, the answer would be 10 to reach 0. You could continue to subtract 10 an infinite number of times, yielding an increasing negative value.

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

6 times !

10 times

5 times

Five times

-20

8 times. (2 * 8 = 16) If you subtract "2" 8 times this will leave you with 0.

100

Only once, because after that you do not have 60 to subtract from!

Infinitely many times; you can always subtract 2 from whatever number you have in the series 9 - 2n.

ten 5.4 4.8 4.2 3.6 3.0 2.4 1.8 1.2 0.6 0.0

a total of 25 times

Exactly 7 times.

25 times

Once because 7 - 49 = -42 but you can subtract 7 from 49 seven times

69248/59 is about 1173.6949, which means that you can subtract it 1173 41/59 times, or rounded, 1173 times.

100

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