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Q: The quotient of a number and -9 increased by 10 is 11?

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n/2 + 7 = 11 n = 8

11/x

11 increased by 10% becomes 12.1 10% of 11 = 1.1 so 11 + 1.1 = 12.1

11-9=v

154

It is: 55/5 = 11

Divide it by 11. If the quotient is a whole number, the original number is divisible by 11.

In a division:the DIVIDEND is the number being divided intothe DIVISOR is the number doing the divisionthe QUOTIENT is the result.eg in 10 ÷ 2 = 5 the dividend is 10, the divisor is 2 and the quotient is 5.Quotient can also used to refer to the whole number part of a result, eg in 11 ÷ 2 = 5 r 1, the 5 is often called the quotient and the remainder is 1.

'y' divided '11' = x

Either 12, if 132/11, or .08333..., if 11/132

N/11=.5 n= 11(.5) n= 5.5

If you increase it by 10% and then reduce it by 10% you don't get the original number. Example 100 + 10% = 110. However if you now take 10% of 110 away that is 11. And 110 minus 11 = 99.

2.632*10^4 / 2*10^-7 = 1.816*10^11

Divide a number by 11. If the quotient is a whole number, it's a multiple.

The quotient would be 11/s

11 / 305: quotient = 0, remainder = 11

11

100

34

So let's call the number we are looking for x. x-4 is the number decreased by 4 quotient of the number and 5 is x/5 so x-4=8+ x/5 we have 5x-20=40+x and 4x=60 so x=15 Let's try it? 15-4=11 8+15/5=11

0.9167

b/12-11=-5

25.9091

-121

It is: 36-11 = 25 and so 25+11 = 36

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