What is the quotient of twice the number and three
m divided by 70
2x/8; x = the number
It is 2n/k
If ' x ' is your number, then the quotient is 2x/6.
8 divided by ( n x 2) = q
x / (2y - 7)
the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4
35/7=5 35/5=7. The question is the quotient of 35/5 and 7
2x - 16 = 3x/18
The quotient of T times 12. You will have to find the value of the letter T.
2*n + 5 = 35
35/8 = 4.375
It is expressed as: 35/w
To say that 2 is less than twice a number and four means, algebraically, that 2 < 2x + 4. This simplifies to -2 < 2x or x > -1. This is not a quotient, however, so perhaps your question was not clearly worded.