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The dividend is 5600. The divisor and the quotient have a difference of 10. Write the division sentence

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    As written, the problem is ambiguous. If the divisor is greater than the quotient, then we have

    5600/d = d-10

    But, the quotient may be greater than the divisor . . .

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