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Q: What is the expression for the quotient of x and 2 increased by 7?

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The answer to a division problem is a quotient. Other parts of a division problem are called diviser and dividend. The answer to a divide question is called the quotient. For example, in the expression 14 / 2 = 7, 7 is the quotient.

16/(9 + 7) = 1

If the divisor of the dividend is a fraction then the quotient is increased as for example 14 divided by 2 = 7 but 14 divided by 1/2 or 0.5 = 28

The quotient of 126/7 is 18

It is 1 - r/7

No because 14/7 = 2 which is the quotient

n/2 + 7 = 11 n = 8

The expression is: y/5 plus 7

14/7 = 2

x/4+7=-31

It is the equation: n/(-5) + 1 <= 7

3 + x/7 Normally an expression like this forms part of an equation such as y = 3 + x/7

A quotient is the answer of any division problem. So 49/7=7. 49 and 7 is your 2 numbers.

14 and 2

(x/7)2 x= quotient of a number 7= the denominator of x 2 = represents squared

y divided by 7 is y/7 7 divided by y is 7/y

n+7 or X+7

7 + x

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