Q: What is the quotient of 80 and b?

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The quotient is the solution to a division sum. As such, a single number cannot have a quotient.

Let the number be 'x'. Quotient of 80 and x would be : 80/x

80

The sign of the quotient will be positive. +A/+B = +C. -A/-B = +C. This assumes B is not zero.

16

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The quotient is the solution to a division sum. As such, a single number cannot have a quotient.

a/b or b/a quotient is the result of division

Let the number be 'x'. Quotient of 80 and x would be : 80/x

The power of a quotient is the quotient of the power! (a/b)^n = (a^n) / (b^n) where a/b is the quotient and n is the power.

80

80/16 = 5

80

80/5 = 16

80 over 20 is 4.

56/b

1 more than the quotient of 21 and b (This answer sucks)

Yes. The quotient is 20.