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Integers: Division and the Remainder Formula

If 3 divides a number eight times, what is the dividend?
Correct. [[snippet]] If you use 24 as the dividend, $$24\div3=8$$. That matches the information given.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] If you use 18 as the dividend, $$18\div3=6$$, not 8. Eliminate this one and move on.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] If you use 12 as the dividend, $$12\div3=4$$, not 8. Eliminate this one and move on.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] If you use 6 as the dividend, $$6\div3=2$$, not 8. Eliminate this one and move on.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] If you use 3 as the dividend, $$3\div3=1$$, not 8. Eliminate this one and move on.
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