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Q: What is two more than the quotient of six and a number?

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The quotient of a number and six

3+ 6/n

You need two numbers to have a quotient. It's either something and nine or nine and something. The quotient of 18 and 9 is 2. Six more than that is 8.

3a-6x2

the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4

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The quotient of a number and six

6/n +2

3+ 6/n

You need two numbers to have a quotient. It's either something and nine or nine and something. The quotient of 18 and 9 is 2. Six more than that is 8.

3a-6x2

the quotient of twice a number and six is.... 2x/6 four less than three times the same number is .... 3x-4 So the equation would be 2x/6=3x-4

It is n/6.

If ' N ' is the number, then six more than the cube of the number is (N3 + 6).

Six more than the number means "the number" + 6.

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53

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