There's no general rule or pattern. (11/5) divided by (33/5) = 1/3 (less than 1) (41/5) divided by (24/5) = 11/2 (greater than 1) Just as always in division . . . -- If you have (smaller number) divided by (bigger number), the quotient is less than 1. -- If you have (bigger number) divided by (smaller number), the quotient is more than 1.
You can make a fraction that is bigger, or smaller, than a mixed number.
Then the quotient is an integer.
No. A mixed number is greater than 1 since it has a non-zero whole number (which is at least 1) and a fraction (which is greater than 0); any number divided by a number greater than 1 will be less than the original number. So 15 divided by a mixed number will be less than, not greater than, 15.
Thirty one divided by four as a mixed number = 73/4
49 divided by 5 is as a mixed number is 94/5
If the divisor is not a factor of the dividend, then the quotient will be either a fraction or a mixed number.
Fractions are form of a division problem and a quotient is an aswer to one. So a fractions mixed number is a quotient