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42/6 = 7

the quotient of 42 and 7

-42/7 = -6

A quotient is the result of a division sum. Therefore, the quotient of 42 and 14 is 3. Increased by 10, this is equal to 13.

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42

42/6 = 7

The quotient is: 42/3 = 14

the quotient of 42 and 7

x = 6n/42 x = n/7

It is: -42/7 = -6

-42/7 = -6

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you count the 42's until you get to the number 42 you count the 42's until you get to the number 42

A quotient is the result of a division sum. Therefore, the quotient of 42 and 14 is 3. Increased by 10, this is equal to 13.

42/2 = 21

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