If the divisor is not a factor of the dividend, then the quotient will be either a fraction or a mixed number.
-- A fraction is just a shorthand way of writing a division problem. When you see a fraction, it means (the top number) divided by (the bottom number). -- Take the fraction. Set up the division problem, and do the division. -- The answer to the division is the decimal form of the fraction. -- Take the decimal form. Move the decimal point in it two places to the right. Now you have the percent that's equal to the fraction.
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Step 1: rewrite the division problem as a multiplication Step 2: write the first fraction as is Step 3: turn the divisor (the second fraction) up-side-down (this is now a reciprocal) Step 4:follow the same steps as in multiplication steps
When a scientist is trying to solve a problem they need to come up with hypothesis.
Depends on what you are dividing by. It can be anything up to infinity
They think of a problem Come up with a hypothesis Research the problem Record data Conduct experiment Come up with solution
you have to come up with a problem and then your teacher will ask you about that
Divide the top number (numerator) by the bottom number (denominator) of the fraction and the number you come up with is your decimal.
Well, the normal way to check a division problem is with multiplication... if you divide 21 by 7 and come up with three, then you check that by multiplying 7 and 3, to get 21. But if you're on an abacus or something, I suppose you could say, "I came up with a result of three, which means three sevens", and then add 7 + 7 + 7 to get 21.
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