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If ' x ' is your number, then the quotient is 2x/6.

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The quotient of 6 and twice

Q: What is the quotient of twice a number and 6 in algebraic expression?

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3a-6x2

2x = 76 x = 38

What is the quotient of twice the number and three

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To say that 2 is less than twice a number and four means, algebraically, that 2 < 2x + 4. This simplifies to -2 < 2x or x > -1. This is not a quotient, however, so perhaps your question was not clearly worded.

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