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Q: What is twice the quotient of a number m and 35?

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either m/10 or 10/m (/=divide)

No. Rational numbers are defined as fractions of whole numbers. Suppose we have two rational numbers A = m/n and B = p/q. Then their quotient is defined as A/B = (m*q) / (n*p). Since m,n,p and q are whole, the products m*q and n*p are whole as well, making A/B a rational number.

.35 m = 35 cm, and 35 cm > 31 cm. 31 cm = .31 m, and .31 m < .35 m Any way you do the math, .35 m is a greater diameter than 31 cm.

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m = 70

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