You can check by using your estimated number and comparing it with your exact quotient.
we can multiply the divisor & the quotient to find the dividend
To use multiplication to check the quotient, you multiply the quotient by the divisor given! For instance: 6 / 2 = 3 Then, to check that 3 is the quotient of 6 and 2, multiply 3 by 2 to get 3 x 2 = 6.
The sign of a quotient is when you are multiplying and dividing numbers. This can take a good bit of thinking when try to find the answers. But one you get done you can check your answer by knowing whether it is negative or positive.
The quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. So if you need to find the quotient of 20 and 5, you would divide 20 by 5. That means that your answer (4) would be the quotient.
You need two numbers to find a quotient.
the quotient of a number and 18 is 5. find the number.
A number subtracted from 17 gives the quotient of 48 and -8. Find the number.
to fine the quotient of a number u have to divide
Multiply the quotient by the divisor to result in the dividend.If dividend/divisor=quotient, then dividend=quotient x divisor
you use distributive property, basically adding muliplt numbers to find the quotient. quotient being the answer to a division problem.
100 divided by 4 is 25.
you use multiply the divisor times the quotient & it should equal the dividend.
The power of a quotient is the quotient of the power! (a/b)^n = (a^n) / (b^n) where a/b is the quotient and n is the power.
The quotient of two numbers, X and Y, is X/Y.
If the bases are the same then for division subtract the exponents to find the quotient
The quotient of a number and 14 is 8. Find the number.
same way except it is a negative quotient.
4 divided by 5389
If you multiply the divisor by the quotient you should get the original number. For example, if I want to check 10/2 =5. I multiply the divisor 2 by the quotient 5 and check to see if it gives me back my original number, 10. 2*5 =10 so 5 was the correct quotient. Alternatively if you divide the original number by the quotient you should get the divisor. In the above example, that would be 10/5=2.
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Pretend both the numbers are positive, find the quotient as normal and then make it negative.
If the divisor and the dividend are positive then the quotient will be positive too.