You could mean y/4 - 3, or you could possibly mean 4/y - 3. It is somewhat ambiguous which quotient you mean.
The quotient of two numbers, X and Y, is X/Y.
xy = 147 x/y = 3 x = 21 y = 7
quotient means the answer after dividing, so your question can be expressed as: (x/y)-2
Suppose the two numbers are X and Y and you are given XY = A and X/Y = B. Then AB = XY*X/Y = X2 so that X = sqrt(AB) and A/B = XY / (X/Y) = XY*Y/X = Y2 so that Y = sqrt(A/B) So take the product and quotient that are given. Find THEIR product and quotient. Your two numbers are the square roots of these numbers. Depending on the context (or requirements of the question) you can either use only the principal square roots or select the necassary signs for the square roots. For example, given the product and quotient are 6 and 2/3, AB = 6*2/3 = 4 sand A/B = 6 / (2/3) = 6*3/2 = 9 The possible solutions are X = 2 and Y = 3 OR X = -2 and Y = -3
quotient of 25.68 and 3 is 8.56.
The answer is 5/y-2/7
15/y, but only of y is non-zero.
You can't solve this problem, since you don't know what yequals. So, the quotient is y over 4 cubed.
A quotient is the answer to a division problem. For example, the quotient of 15/5 is 3.
The quotient is the result of a division equation. This problem is used to plot a line on a graph. The equation looks like X/7=3+Y You can put in your own numbers: If X=28, then Y=1 (28/7=4) If X=-21, then Y=-6 (-21/7=-3 & 3+-6=-3)
The quotient of a reciprocal would equal the numerator squared divided by the denominator squared. i.e. (x/y)/(y/x) = x2/y2
The quotient of 6 and 3 is 2. 6 (the dividend) divided by 3 (the divisor) equals 2 (the quotient). 6/3=2.
15 / 5 = 3 so the quotient is 3