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is a divisor of 99 and a dividend of 30492.

A divisor of 33 and a dividend of 10164 would do as well.

In fact you can use any number between 33 and 99 as the divisor if you adjust the dividend accordingly.

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Q: What two digit divisor and a five digit dividend gives you the quotient of 308?
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