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One number is 6 times another. The greater number is 1680. What is the lesser number?

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Since division is the inverse of multiplication, you need to divide 1680 by 6 to find the lesser number.

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so its
6n < 1680
÷6 ÷6
n < 280

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Yes. The lesser number is 280.

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