The result is called the quotient Don't thank me thank my math teacher;)
In division, the number being divided is the dividend, the number by which it is divided is the divisor, and the result of division is called the quotient.In fractions, the numerator is the dividend and the denominator the divisor.
Divide the number by 100. The result is 1% of the number.
A quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. If we divide one number into another number, the result is the quotient. It might be argued that the quotient is the ratio of two numbers, but what has been stated applies.
If you multiply or divide the numbers, the answer will be negative.
One way:-- Subtract the discount percent number from 100 .-- Multiply the result by the dollar amount.-- Divide the result by 100 .-- The result is the discounted amount.===============================Another way:-- Multiply the dollar amount by the discount percent number.-- Divide the result by 100 .-- Subtract the result from the original dollar amount.-- The result is the discounted amount.
The result is one hundredth of the number before.
There are an infinite number of answers but the most obvious is: -0.467/-1 = 0.467 If you divide a negative number by another negative number then the result will be positive.
Divide the smaller number into the bigger one. If the result is an integer, the first number is a factor of the second one.
They are every number you can possibly get when you divide one positive whole number by another one, or one negative whole number by another one.
When you divide one number by another which is not a factor.
It means that number can divide into the other number evenly, with no remainder.
Whenever you divide one number by another number that is not its factor. Whenever you add a fraction to, or subtract one from, a whole number. Whenever you take a root of a number that is not a "perfect" power. and many, many other situations.
One option for comparing two numbers is to subtract the first number from the second number. If the result is less than zero, the first number is larger. If the result is greater than zero, the second number is larger. If the result is zero, the numbers are equal. Another option (for positive numbers) would be to divide the first number by the second number. If the result is greater than one, the first number is larger. If the result is less than one, the second number is larger. If the result is one, the numbers are equal. This rule flips if you are comparing negative numbers.
The result of one number multiplied by another number would be the product.It depends what number you are using as the another. If its one its 1*1=1, or two 1*2=2, it can go on as long it is 1*____ it would equal what ____ is.
That presumes that you already have one. Take the one you have and divide it into the number. Voila! Another factor.
Yes. If you know one factor of a number, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.
No, whole numbers are not closed under division. It is possible to divide one whole number by another whole number and get a result which is not a whole number, for example, 1/2. One divided by two is a half.
When one number is subtracted from another number, the result is known as the difference.