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What is the quotient of 84 and 12?

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2010-03-30 02:51:57
2010-03-30 02:51:57

Quotient is a term that essentially just means "divide". The quotient of 84 and 12 is 84 / 12 = 7.

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2020-07-08 00:43:25
2020-07-08 00:43:25

78

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2020-07-02 01:53:47
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23

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2020-06-30 02:20:21
2020-06-30 02:20:21

16

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2020-04-23 12:03:53
2020-04-23 12:03:53

8

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2020-04-14 04:12:07
2020-04-14 04:12:07

It is just dividing which = 7!

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Since 12 is a factor of 84, it is automatically the GCF.

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84 divided by 12 is 7.

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Easy. The quotient is the answer to a division problem. Say 8 divided by 2 = 4. 4 is the quotient as it is the answer to the question. What is the quotient of 132 divided by 11? We work it out - 132 divided by 11 = 12 Therefore 12 is our quotient. Hope I helped :D

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