Posted by **brian** on Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at 5:35pm.

The Quotient of 6 times a number and 16 ?

"Quotient" is what we call the result of a division, the result of multiplication is called a product.

You used the word "times" which shows multiplication.

BTW, I refuse to tell you what 6 times 16 is.

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