a. pablo has 30 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 6 equal piles. you want to know how many pieces will be in each pile.

b. pablo has 6 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 4 equal piles. you want to know how many pieces will be in each pile.

c. pablo has 0 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 6 equal piles. you want to know how many pieces will be in each pile.

d. pablo has 6 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 0 equal piles. you want to know how many pieces will be in each pile.

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step-by-step explanation:

options C and D will have no solutions.

Step-by-step explanation:

The following problems would NOT have a solution.

C. Pablo has 0 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 6 equal piles. You want to know how many pieces will be in each pile. This is because 0/6 = 0

Pablo has 6 pieces of candy and wants to divide them into 0 equal piles. You want to know how many pieces will be in each pile. This is because 6/0 = 0

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