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Q: What 2 numerals have a quotient of 9 and a difference of 56?

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14 and 2

56 and 7

A quotient is the result obtained by dividing one quantity by another, and a difference is the result obtained by subtracting two numbers. So, the quotient of the difference between 5 and a number and 2 is:(5 - n)/2

18 & 9.

56/7 = 8

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58

quotient means to divide, so the quotient of 2 is to divide by 2. difference means to subtract, so subtract by 5

First you start with 104 then you divide 104 by 2 then when you get your quotient, you have to add four to your quotient and get 56. Etc.

The quotient is 18 with a remainder of 2

14 and 2

The difference between 6 and -2 is 8. The quotient 20/8 = 2.5

The quotient of a number and 2 is the same as the difference of the number doubled and 3.

56 and 7

A quotient is the result obtained by dividing one quantity by another, and a difference is the result obtained by subtracting two numbers. So, the quotient of the difference between 5 and a number and 2 is:(5 - n)/2

18 & 9.

X*LXVI + II*LXVI = DLX + CXII = DCLXXII 10*56 + 2*56 = 560 + 112 = 672 The numerals are usually in block capital letters.

6 and 3

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