A division is a dividend divided by the divisor to give the quotient; this is written as:quotient = dividend ÷ divisorA division can also be expressed as the divisor divided into a dividend to give the quotient; this is written as:................. quotient.............. ------------divisor | dividendThe quotient can be just the whole part of the result of the division, in which case there may also be a remainder.
Yes, you can divide a number by 8 and get a remainder of 7. Example: 15 divided by 8 is 1 remainder 7.
No. It is an even number, because it is divisible by 2. "Odd" numbers give you a non-zero remainder after you divide by 2. "Even" numbers give you a remainder of 0, after you divide by 2. 332 divided by 2 is 166 with a remainder of 0, so it is "even". But 333 divided by two is 166 with a remainder of 1, so it is "odd".
Yes, 2,4,5,10 will divide 100 evenly 3,6,9 will give you a quotient and remainder
the dividend divided by the divisor gives you the quotient explain
It is easy enough to divide by 3, to give the exact quotient as 7.3
As there are 12 inches in 1 foot, divide the length in inches by 12 to give a whole number quotient and remainder; the quotient is the number of feet and the remainder is the number of inches. eg if the couch was 80 inches long, then: 80 ÷ 12 = 6 r 8 (since 6 × 12 + 8 = 72 + 8 = 80) → 80 inches = 6 ft 8 in.
The dividend is divided by the divisor to give the quotient. Alternatively, this can be expressed as: The divisor divides into the dividend to give the quotient.
There would be 2 left.Divide 186 by 6 using long division, keeping the quotient a whole number with a remainder. The remainder is the number of rubber stamps left The quotient is 23 with a remainder of 2, which is the number of rubber stamps that would be left.
19/5 = 34/5 To convert an improper (top heavy) fraction to a mixed number divide the numerator (top) by the denominator (bottom) to give a quotient (result) and remainder. Write the whole number quotient next to the remainder over the denominator. 19 ÷ 5 = 3 remainder 4 ⇒ 19/5 = 34/5
49 can be divided by these numbers without leaving a remainder: 1 7 and 49.
To get these, do any number in the 7 times table + 4More mathematically, do 7x+4 where x is an integer, to get numbers that divide by 7 and give remainder 4.Example: x=1, so 7x+4=11. 11 is a number that will divide by 7 to give a remainder of 4.Another example: x=76, so 7x+4=536. 536 is a number that will divide by 7 to give remainder 4.so if you want to get all of them start at x=1 and work your way upwards.
Let N be any non-zero integer. Then 58*N divided by N will always give 58 as their quotient.
If you divide 3 into 565 you will have remainder 1
If you are familiar with converting numbers to binary it works the same only using 6. The trick is to divide the number by six, write down the remainder, and keep the quotient. Repeat that until the quotient reaches zero. Then, take the remainders you've written down, and reverse their order. That will give you the number in the base to which you're converting. In the case of converting 200 into base six notation, you would do the following: 200 divided by 6 equals 22, with a remainder of 2 22 divided by 6 equals 3, with a remainder of 3 5 divided by six equals 0, with a remainder of 5 Now we can take the remainders and read them in the reverse order that we wrote them in: 532. That is our value expressed in base six.
Divide the numerator by the denominator to give a quotient and remainder. The quotient is the whole number, the remainder is the numerator, the denominator being the same as the original fraction. For example the improper fraction 17/4 in mixed form: 17 / 4 = 4 remainder 1 (since 17 = 4 x 4 + 1). so 17/4 = 4 1/4
There are infinitely many divisions that will give the quotient of 19.