A number divided by two tenths is the same as the number multiplied by ten halves (ten over two). Thus x/(2/10) = x * (10/2) = x * (5/1) = 5x
7 - from the quotient of a number and 2 is -6
7 subtracted from the quotient of a number and 2 is a -6
0.35/0.004=87.5 So the tenths digit of the quotient is 5
the quotient of 2 numbers is 8. The sum of the 2 numbersis 72. What are the 2 numbers
A quotient is the answer when you divide 2 numbers. For example if you divide 72 by 3, you get 24 as a quotient.
If your number is "n", you simply divide 2 by the number: 2/n.
If the number formed by the last three digits is divisible by 8. Alternatively, if the number is divisible by 2, the quotient is divisible by 2 and that quotient is divisible by 2.
The quotient of 50 and a number is 2.
Any positive number can be written as a quotient of two positive numbers or a quotient of two negative numbers. Any real number can be written as the quotient of two real numbers.
The number 2.
The digit in the tenths place of the number 743.2 is the 2.
No. When you divide a number by another number, let's say 26/4, you can't always get a perfect number. In this case, 6*4 is 24, and you have 2 "remainder", or 2 left over. The quotient is the whole answer, in this case 6 remainder 2. So the remainder is part of the quotient, but not the whole quotient itself.
The definition of an irrational number is that it cannot be expressed as the quotient of 2 integers, so no.
The number two is in the tenths place.
The digit in the tenths place of the number -7.2431 is the digit 2.
Expressed algebraically, this is equal to x/2.
Quotient also will be a number.
The quotient of a number and six
A Quotient is a number which when multiplied by the dividing number yields the divisor. Ex: 10/2 = 5 Here 10 is the divisor, 2 is the dividing number and 5 is the quotient. 2 * 5 = 10.
Number missing (dividend) divided by 5 (divisor)= quotient need 2 of 3 numbers to solve for missing number