Q: The quotient of a number and 9?

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

9/(x-5) is.

7 more than the quotient of a number n and 4 is 9

To find the number, multiply the divisor and quotient, then add the remainder. 9 (divisor) times 6 is 54. 54 plus 7 is 61. The number is 61.

if the quotient of -20 and 4 is decreased by 3

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A quotient is the number obtained when one number is divide by another. 11 decreased by 10 is 1. The only number that can be paired with -9 to obtain a quotient of 1 is -9.

x/9

A quotient is the result of a division of one number by another. You cannot have a quotient (or a product, or a sum) for only one number.

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

9/(x-5) is.

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May not be, The quotient may or may not be prime.

7 more than the quotient of a number n and 4 is 9

The quotient means the division of a number. Example: 9 divided by 3= 3.

Yes, 234 is divisible by 9 because on dividing 234 by 9 we get 26 as quotient and 0 as remainder. A number is divisible by another number if: 1- Quotient is a whole number 2- Remainder is zero

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