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What wouldnthenequation benif thenproblem was "The cube of positive number divided by the square of the same positive number." ?

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  1. Correction: what would be the equation if the problem was "The cube of a positive number divided by the square of the same positive number." ?

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  2. It's not an equation.

    n^3/n^2

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