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Q: Should the quotient of an integer and a nonzero integer always be rational?

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Yes, by definition.

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Yes, that is how a rational number is defined.

Anything you like, except zero, that's forbidden. Usually when you ask "what can something be divided by", the implication is that you mean that both the divisor and the quotient should be integers and that there should be no remainder. In this case, the dividend is already not an integer, so there are no all-integer solutions and the question is essentially meaningless.

Multiply the answer (quotient) by the divisor. You should get the dividend.

you use multiply the divisor times the quotient & it should equal the dividend.

Both arguments should be integer should be integer.

yes, he should be . it is also included in the scientific attitudes . a scientist should be rational , open-minded , and etc. ,

The answer is 19.

17

Basically, an integer is a number that does NOT have digits after the decimal point (nor should it have a fractional part).

Dividend divided by divisor equals quotient. If you multiply the quotient by the divisor, you should get the dividend. 18/9 = 2 2 x 9 = 18 Just reverse your steps.

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