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The quotient when the square root of a number n is divided by two?

(x/7)2 x= quotient of a number 7= the denominator of x 2 = represents squared

Ans: x2 , which is x square or x to the power of 2:) Hope I helped

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(x/7)2 x= quotient of a number 7= the denominator of x 2 = represents squared

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