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Yes, it can. You would find the divisor in the left-most column and then follow that row over to the dividend. Once you find the dividend, you can trace that colummn up to find out the quotient. For example: In the problem 72 divided by 9 equals what, you would find the 9 in the left column and trace 9's row over to 72. Then you follow the column that you find the 72 in up to find the answer, which will be 8. You can also find the answer the other way. Look for the 9 in the top row and trace its column down to the 72. Once you've found the 72, trace its row to the left-most column to find the answer.

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