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The divisor divides into the dividend to give the quotient.

Alternatively, the dividend is divided by the divisor to give the quotient.

8 divided by 48 is not 6, it is 1/6

8 divided into 48 is 6

Here 8 is the divisor, 48 the dividend, 6 the quotient.

The division:

. . . . 6

. . -----

8 | 48

is read as "8 divided into 48 equals 6". I personally would prefer to use this reading, but it can also be read in the same way as the next example division:

48 / 8 = 6

is read as "48 divided by 8 equals 6".

Also, note that in a fraction, the numerator is equivalent to the dividend and the denominator the divisor

Q: 8 divided by 48 equal six which is the divisor?

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1 divided by (1/48) = 48

The remainder is the number that is left over after the initial value has been divided as much as it can. If any numbers greater than 48 were present as a remainder, then these could be divided further into 48. If 48 is present as the remainder, then this can be divided by 48 to give 1, leaving no remainder. Thus, the largest possible remainder if the divisor is 48 is 47.

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48 6x8=48

Yes, because 48 can be divided evenly by 12. The other divisors of 48 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 16, 24, 48.

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48 divided by eight equals six.

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