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shortstuffO3 | 00:46 Wed 30th Aug 2006 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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I need to know the how to solve this problem. Giving me the equation would be great! Here it is: The quotient of a number and 3 minus 4 is twice the number. Write the equation to represent this relationship and solve. I think that I know how, but I just want to make sure! Thanks!

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My understanding of the problem as stated is:

Let N = the number

(N/3) - 4 = 2*N

(and if my algebra is still up to it, the answer comes to -2.4
Well shortstuffO3 , was that what you wanted? You haven't acknowledged my reply. Was this for your maths homework?

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