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4 April, 14:49

What is 9 less than the quotient of two and a number x

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  1. 4 April, 16:37

    is the answer to this problem
  2. 4 April, 16:38

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Write it out just the way you read it, then follow the order of operations.

    The "Order of Operations" (P-E-MD-AS ... or ... B-O-DM-AS) tells us that quotient (division) comes before less (subtraction) so:

    How do you represent "the quotient of two and (a number) X"?

    The quotient of 2 divided by X is (2:X) or (2/X) or 2

    What is nine less than that quotient?

    subtract 9 from your choice of the previous representations, for example:

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