7 subtracted from the quotient of a number and 2 is a -6
7 - from the quotient of a number and 2 is -6
The number is 15.
A number subtracted from 17 gives the quotient of 48 and -8. Find the number.
The quotient gives the number of times that the divisor can be subtracted from the numerator. For example, 17/5 gives a quotient of 3 [and a remainder of 3]. This is equivalent to saying that 5 can be subtracted 3 times from 17 and that will leave a remainder of 2.
the answer is................................ -36/5.....................
49, when divided by 7, gives a quotient of 7
If the number is x then: x+4-9 = -2 and so x = 3
yz - x
The quotient of 95 divided by 5 is 19
7 because 132 = 169
Yes. This is the same as asking for one rational number to be subtracted from another; to do this each rational number is made into an equivalent rational number so that the two rational numbers have the same denominator, and then the numerators are subtracted which gives a rational number which may possibly be simplified.
A number squared gives a squared number (this is what the result is called), which I think is what you are asking.
2-1=1 so i guess 1, is this a trick question?
The quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. So a two digit quotient is simply an answer to a division problem that ends up being 2 digits. For instance, 100 divided by 10 give a two digit quotient of 10. Or 480 / 32, which gives a two digit quotient of 15.
3 divided by 2 gives 1r1
Every number is divisible by 4. A number less than 4 gives a quotient less than 1 when divided by 4. A number greater than 4 gives a quotient greater than 1 when divided by 4. 4 divided by 4 = 1.
4 is a factor of 12 but not a multiple.A factor is one which completely divides a given number without leaving a remainder and gives a quotient, which on multiplying with the factor gives the original number.
Yes, it can be , for example 9/5 gives you quotient=1 and remainder =4 and other case 16/5 gives you quotient =3 and remainder = 1