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Cells multiply by dividing ( which is an oxymoron) is done by the process called Mitosis.

Q: How do cells multiply by dividing?

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Dividing by decimal is different from dividing by whole number as you have to multiply by a number to remove the decimal.

There is very little that is unique about the process of dividing fractions. Multiply by the reciprocal.

"of" means multiply, i think.

Yes. One method for dividing fractions is to multiply the numerator fraction by the reciprocal of the denominator fraction.

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All cells will stop dividing when you die. When you're born, cells slow down the dividing, but don't completely stop.

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Dividing by decimal is different from dividing by whole number as you have to multiply by a number to remove the decimal.

It's easier to multiply the reciprocal.