Mark has zero marbles. He wants to put them in 6 boxes. How many marbles are there in each box?



Step by Step Explanation:
  1. According to the question, Mark has zero marbles and wants to put them in 6 boxes.
  2. Since there are zero marbles, all the boxes remain empty.
  3. Let us prove the above conclusion mathematically.
    As we know that any number multiplied by 0 gives the result as 0.
    i.e., 6 × 0 = 0,
    which can be written as: 0 ÷ 6 = 0
    So, when '0' is divided by a non-zero number, the quotient comes out to be 0.
  4. Therefore, there are zero marbles in each box.

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