the quotient of 2 numbers is 8. The sum of the 2 numbersis 72. What are the 2 numbers
14 and 2
A quotient is the answer when you divide 2 numbers. For example if you divide 72 by 3, you get 24 as a quotient.
Any positive number can be written as a quotient of two positive numbers or a quotient of two negative numbers. Any real number can be written as the quotient of two real numbers.
A quotient is the answer of any division problem. So 49/7=7. 49 and 7 is your 2 numbers.
2 and 3. 2 + 6 = 8, the sum. 6 / 2 = 3, the quotient.
2 and 10
If you mean "quotient"...it is the answer you get when you divide 2 numbers.
No. The quotient of 2 and 0 is not even defined.
If we insist on the condition that all the numbers must be integers... The only way this can happen is if the quotient and one of the other numbers are negative. For example, if the original numbers are -4 and 2, then their sum is -2, and the quotient of -4 divided by 2 is also -2. I believe that's the only integer example of a set of numbers satisfying that criterion.