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Q: What is the quotient of the sum of 3 and 5 squared and the cube of 3 minus 23?

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A single number cannot have a sum, or a quotient.

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A quotient is the answer to a division sum. A single number cannot have a quotient.

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For a quotient to exist, there needs to be two numbers of a division sum.

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A minus plus a minus will give a sum with a minus also.

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Find factors of -99 which sum to -2. Solution appears to be 9 and -11 (x + 9)(x - 11)

A quotient is the result of a division sum between two or more numbers. You cannot have a quotient of a single number.