There's no general rule or pattern.
(11/5) divided by (33/5) = 1/3 (less than 1)
(41/5) divided by (24/5) = 11/2 (greater than 1)
Just as always in division . . .
-- If you have (smaller number) divided by (bigger number), the quotient is less than 1.
-- If you have (bigger number) divided by (smaller number), the quotient is more than 1.
No. A mixed number is greater than 1 since it has a non-zero whole number (which is at least 1) and a fraction (which is greater than 0); any number divided by a number greater than 1 will be less than the original number. So 15 divided by a mixed number will be less than, not greater than, 15.
No, it is not possible to divide 15 by a mixed number and get a quotient that is greater than 15.
It will be greater.
I assume that by a mixed number you mean a number of the form ab/c where a is an integer greater than 0 (otherwise the number would be a simple fraction), the answer is No.
Given an improper fraction (a fraction greater than 1), we divide the numerator by the denominator. The quotient is the whole number part of the mixed number. The remainder is the numerator of the fraction part. The denominator is the same as the denominator of the original fraction. For example: Given the fraction 17/5. 17 divided by 5 is 3 with a remainder of 2. The answer is 3 2/5.
Then the quotient is an integer.
Yes. Because an example of this would be 15 ÷ 4 2/3. To solve you would turn 4 2/3 to 14/3 and 15 to 15/1. Then u multiply to get 210/3. 210/3 simplified is 70. And 70 is greater than 15 so yes, yes u can divide by a mixed number to get a quotient greater than 15. If you came to the conclusion that no you can not. Did you test your reasoning?
Change 6/5 to a mixed number.1. Divide the numerator by the denominator: 6 ÷ 5 = (quotient) 1 (remainder) 12. Write the mixed number: (quotient) 1 1/5 (remainder/divisor)Change 18/7 to a mixed number.1. Divide the numerator by the denominator: 18 ÷ 7 = (quotient) 2 (remainder) 42. Write the mixed number: (quotient) 2 4/7 (remainder/divisor)
49 divided by 5 is as a mixed number is 94/5
If the divisor is not a factor of the dividend, then the quotient will be either a fraction or a mixed number.
Divide the dividend until there is a remainder less than the divisor. The whole number quotient forms the whole number and the remainder over the divisor forms the fraction. Now simplify the fraction by dividing the numerator and denominator by any common factors (that are greater than 1). The mixed number result is the whole number and the simplified fraction together.
Mixed numbers are greater than proper fractions.
A/5 can only be a mixed number if A is greater than 5. But since we don't know what A is, we can't answer that specifically.
Not necessarily. 1 1/2 divided by 2 = 3/4. 4 1/2 divided by 2 = 2 1/4.