4 quarters of x is 36. X is equal to

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  1. 4 quarters of something implies 4/4 which is 1. therefore X=1

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    posted by jerome
  2. The only possible choice assumes a typo where you meant to say that one quarter of x is 36.

    Then, x is 144.

    Hmm. Unless the question reads

    4 quarters of x is 36. What is 1 quarter of x?

    Then the answer is 9.

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