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Help :shock: Can anyone make any sense of this question?

Find a number when divided by a divisor, which is five times the quotient, gives a quotient which is four times the remainder, the remainder being 10.

a)8010
b) 4020
c) 7132
d) 4540

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New post 04 Jan 2004, 21:57
I'm thinking A) 8010

let's work backwards

remainder is 10

quotient is 4 times that thus it's 40

the divisor is five times the quotient = 200

thus 200x40 plus a remainder of 10 = 8010

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