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Oh, dude, let me break out my calculator for this intense math problem. So, like, 9 goes into 75 uh... 8 times. Yeah, 8 times. It's like dividing a Pizza into 8 slices, but with numbers. Math is wild, man.

Q: How many times does 9 go into 75?

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75/14 = 5 times (5.36)

9 times with a remainder of 25.

9 times with a remainder of 3 or as 9.375

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3 times, remainder 9

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75/14 = 5 times (5.36)

9 times with a remainder of 25.

9 times with a remainder of 3 or as 9.375

9 times with a remainder of 3 or 9.375 times

9 times with a remainder of 3 or as 9.375

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2.666666666666666666666666666...

3 times, remainder 9

9.375 times or 9 with remainder 3.

Ten whole times.

Easily; it doesn't as 75 is greater than 9, 75 cannot go into 9 any times.However, if you mean if 9 goes into 75, then:you can repeatedly subtract 9 from 75 until the result is less than 9 and greater than or equal to 0, and count how many times you could subtract 9:75 - 9 = 6666 - 9 = 5757 - 9 = 4848 - 9 = 3939 - 9 = 3030 - 9 = 2121 - 9 = 1212 - 9 = 3So 9 could be subtracted 8 times from 75 until it could be subtracted no more without the result going negative,Thus 9 goes into 75 8 times (with a remainder of 3), ie 75 ÷ 9 = 8 r 3Alternatively, knowing your 9 times table, you would know that 9 × 8 = 72, and as 75 - 72 = 3 < 9 then 75 ÷ 9 = 8 r 3.

3 times with a remainder of 1