Q: How do you check your answer to division problem?

Write your answer...

then do the oppsite.Multiply.

you just mult

multiplication is the Inverse operationof division so it could be used to check my work

Multiply the answer to the problem by the number that you are dividing by. (e.g. 18/2=9 Check it with 9*2=18)

Multiply the answer to the problem by the number that you are dividing by. (e.g. 18/2=9 Check it with 9*2=18)

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Multiplication

To check the answer to a division question, multply the divisor (the number that is being divided into the dividend) and the quotient (the answer). If there is a remainder, add the remainder to the answer. If the number matches the dividend, your answer to the division problem is correct.

40/5=8

The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide. The answer to a division problem is called a quotient or divide.

we can multiply the divisor & the quotient to find the dividend

The answer to a division problem is called the quotient.

The answer to a division problem is called a quotient.

The answer to a long division problem is a quotient.

The answer to a division problem is called a quotient

You multiply the quotient and the divisor. If the result is the dividend in the division question, then the answer is correct.

In a division problem, the dividend is the part of the problem to the left of the "

It affects because if you want to solve a multiplication problem you can use it or also to check your division problem

quotient is the answer to a division problem so after dividing, to check your answer, you need to take the quotient and multiply it to one of the given numbers.

Multiply the two smaller numbers and see if they equal the larger number.

Multiply the quotient times the dividend and then add on the remainder to the product.

The dividend will be a multiple of the quotient in a division problem because the inverse of multiplication is division.

100/4 is a division problem. 100(4) is a multiplication problem.

33 divided by 1 is a division problem: it is not a property.33 divided by 1 is a division problem: it is not a property.33 divided by 1 is a division problem: it is not a property.33 divided by 1 is a division problem: it is not a property.

The result of a division problem is called a quotient.