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Subtract the quotient of 15 ÷ 3 from the sum of 33 and 7.
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User: Subtract the quotient of 15 ÷ 3 from the sum of 33 and 7.

Weegy: (33 + 7) - (15 / 3)
= 40 - 5
= 35


User: A used motorcycle is priced at $3,438. If you borrow the money for the motorcycle, your payments will be $165 a month for 24 months. How much will you save by paying cash? A. $522 B. $272 C. $350 D. $500

Weegy: You will save $522 by paying cash.
165*24=3960
3960-3438 = 522


User: The least common multiple of 3, 4, 6, and 8 is

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