Yes, certainly. A quotient is the result of division ( a divisor into a dividend). The remainder can be bigger than the quotient, but not bigger than the divisor. For example 130 divided by 20 =6 with remainder of 10. Here 6 is the quotient and remainder is 10, which is bigger than the quotient
Because it's a fraction
Any example where the divisor is less than 1 .
It's easier to visualize with smaller numbers. 18 divided by 3 = 6 18 divided by 6 = 3 If the dividend is the same, the smaller the divisor, the larger the quotient.
Dividing a number by a decimal always gives a number greater than the dividend. Some decimal numbers are bigger than 1, eg 506.23 , so the answer is less. The statement "a number greater than you" has no meaning so the question cannot be properly understood.
Greater the divisor is less than 1,so the quotient is greater than the dividend
I have no idea about the quotation, but the quotient is less than the divisor.
The quotient for whole numbers will always be less than or equal to the dividend. It will never be more.
Because you can take a piece of an apple out of a bag of apples more times than the number of whole apples in the bag.
The answer depends on the sign of the numbers.(1/4) / 2 = 1/8, which is smaller.(-1/4) / 2 = -1/8, which is greater.
There are usually more zeros in dividends because it is more preferible that the larger number is in the dividends section
Yes, but this is true of not just unit fractions but any positive number.
most definitely, especially if the divisor is a negative number
There is more than one answer to your question. One answer is a divisor of 99 and a dividend of 30492. A divisor of 33 and a dividend of 10164 would do as well. In fact you can use any number between 33 and 99 as the divisor if you adjust the dividend accordingly.
24/6 = 4 and 24/4 = 6, therefore 24 divided by 4 is the bigger quotient.
Divisor must be greater than 10000/308 ie 33 or more
There are four parts to a division equation:1. Dividend (number being divided up into groups)2. Divisor (how many groups the dividend is bring broken into)3. Quotient (how many in each group from the dividend)4. Remainder (the leftover that is less than the divisor)Another way to locate them in an expression using the little division house:Dividend is inside the house. Divisor is outside at the door. Quotient is on top of the house and the Remainder are close by their friends, the quotient.Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Parts_of_division#ixzz18rDC1tVp
Generally, the quotient of a whole number divided by a fraction will be greater than that whole number, because division is simply multiplying the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor. For instance: 2 / (1/2) = 2 * (2/1)
If you think about it, it makes sense. when you divide a whole number (call that number X) by any number less than it(call that Z), the quotient (answer) is smaller than the first number. For example, 10/2=5, 12/4=3. Also, the lower the Z number is (ignoring if it were 1), the higher the quotient is. Therefore, since fractions are lower than 0, the quotient will be higher than the X number.