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Q: What is the quotient of 4 and a number x increased by 6?

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7 subtracted from the quotient of a number and 2 is a -6

16x/6

24/6 = 4^3 = 64

6x/23

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6 + (the quotient of a number and 4) =6 + (number ÷ 4)=6 + (N÷4) =⁶/₁ + ⁿ/₄ =²⁴/₄ + ⁿ/₄ =²⁴ⁿ/₄ =24n ÷ 4 =6n ÷ 1 =6n

36/4 = 9

7 subtracted from the quotient of a number and 2 is a -6

Let the number to be found is N. Use Order of Operations. So first do the quotient part: 'the quotient of a number and 6' means N/6. '4 more than' means 4 + N/6, and then it equals 40, so4 + N/6 = 40N/6 = 36N = 216

If ' x ' is your number, then the quotient is 2x/6.

No. When you divide a number by another number, let's say 26/4, you can't always get a perfect number. In this case, 6*4 is 24, and you have 2 "remainder", or 2 left over. The quotient is the whole answer, in this case 6 remainder 2. So the remainder is part of the quotient, but not the whole quotient itself.

x/4 - 6 = 22 x/4 = 28 x = 112

the quotient of a number plus 6 and 3 is d+3=d+6

-28

The quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. So 3 doesn't have a quotient unless another number is being involved in the division. The 4 is not that number since it is substracted from the quotient you get afterwards. Examples: 4 less than the quotient of 9 and 3 would be -1 (9/3=3; 3-4=-1) 4 less than the quotient of 6 and 3 would be -2 (6/3=2; 2-4 = -2)

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