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Subtract the quotient of 18 and 2 from the sum of 22 and 9. A. $.14 B. $.28 C. $.18 D. $.20
22 + 9 = 31, 18 ÷ 2= 9, 31 - 9 = 22. The result is 22. Sorry, the choices you gave us does not contain the correct answer.
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