the biggest remainder you can have when dividing by 2 is 1. Reason is ......if you divide an even number by 2 you will always get a round answer. However if you divide an odd number by 2 you will always get a full number with 1 reamining...i.e divide 3 by 2.........2 remainder 1......................divide 19 by 2 this will give you 9 remainder 1. Hope this helps
The answer is 1. Whenever you divide a number by itself, the answer is 1, except when dividing by zero.
1 is the only number to divide them evenly
1. Whenever you divide a number by itself, the answer is 1, except when dividing by zero.
You divide the number by 2. If the number is able to divide WITHOUT a remainder, then it is a prime number. If you divide a number by 1, you will get the same number. That is not a prime number.
Anything you divide by 1 is the original number.
You would need to divide by -1/2.
If you divide the fraction by a number greater than 1 then you will have a smaller fraction.If you divide the fraction by a number equal to 1 then you will have the same fraction.If you divide the fraction by a positive number smaller than 1 then you will have a greater fraction.
To calculate half (1/2) of any number, divide that number by 2.
It isn't 1 is. 1 is always the smallest. Can you divide 1 and get a whole number? No a prime number is something that you can divide into, yes you can divide it, making it a negative number, but not a whole number. * * * * * In fact, 1 is NOT a prime (nor a composite), so 2 IS the smallest prime.
Divide 1 by the number you want its inverse you get the answer 1/number
To divide any number by 4. To quarter that would be 1/4 of something. All you have to do is multiply a number by 1/4 or divide by 4.
You can divide any number by a mixed number, though for ease of doing so, you will be converting the mixed number into decimal form. Let us say you wish to divide 15 by the mixed number 1 and 1/4. You convert that mixed number to decimal form - 1.25. You then enter 15 on your calculator, and divide that by 1.25, and get 12. (the way you get .25 from 1/4 is to divide the top number by the bottom number on your calculator)
if it can only divide by 2 numbers itself and 1 it is prime if it can divide by any other number it is not or in the case of 1 it can only be divided by 1 number so it is still not
A/1=A where A is any number.
1 and 41 are the only numbers that divide into 41. Because of that, 41 is called a prime number.
Divide the number by 100 to get 1%, then times the answer by 5 to get 5%Or, you can divide the number by 20, which will also give you 5%
3, looks as if you add 9 to the first number, then add 1, divide by 5, add 9, add 1, divide by 5 to get 3
No, the number 1 is not a fraction. Proof: 1 is equivalent to 1/1. If you divide 1 by 1, the answer is still one. The number 1 is a whole number.
Divide it by 4..
You may or you may not. If you divided by a decimal number that is greater than 1 then you will get a smaller number whereas if you divide by a number less than 1 then you will get a larger number.
Divide the number by 6.
1/3 ---------------- No the above is incorrect: if you want to divide 3 by a number so that the answer is 1 the the ONLY number you can divide 3 by is 3 3/3 = 1