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the product of 16 and c is increased by 6 to equal the qoutient 25 and 9. what is c?

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    Assuming 9 is the divisor and your information is accurate,

    16c + 6 = 25/9

    Multiply both ides by 9.

    144c + 54 = 25

    144c = 25 - 54 = -29

    Divide both sides by 144.

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