Q: What is 9 more than the quotient of -36 and -4?

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

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36/12 = 3 3 - 4 = -1

Do it backwards. Multiply the quotient by the divisor. If that total equals the dividend, the original problem was correct. 36 divided by 9 = 4 4 times 9 = 36

36/9 = 4 36 - 9 = 27 The two numbers are therefore 9 and 36.

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6 less than the quotient of 36 and 4? this means that 36 divided by 4 =9 now 6 less then 9 is 9-6 =3 so your answer = 3

36/4 = 9

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

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Yes. The quotient is 36.

36 and 9 36 divide by 9 = 4 36 minus 9 = 27

X / ( y + 4 )

probably...................(n+3) -------- 4

It is: 36/9 = 4

36/12 = 3 3 - 4 = -1