In mathematics, a "quotient" is the solution to a multiplication problem. For example, in the equation "3 times 4 equals 12" (3x4=12), the quotient is "12".
You multiply the How_do_you_check_the_quotient_from_a_division_problemmy the divisor. If it equals the quoitent you are right. If your problem has a remainder then after multipling the dividend by the divisor, you add the remainder. For example... if you had 100/2(100 divided by 2), you would work it out. You should have 50 as your quoitent. You would do 50x2=100. 100 is the dividend! 103/2 has a remainder. Anyways, your quoitent should be 51R1(fifty-one remainder one). You check it by doing 51x2=102, then 102+1(your reainder). So it is 103.Extra helpful facts:If you have trouble remembering the steps for the traditional way to do division, all you have to do is remember this family: Dad says Dividedivisor), Mom says multiply(Divisor times quoitent so far), sister says subtract (dividend by the number under it), brother says bring down the next number(if there is one), Rover the dog gives the remainder(if there is one). If you don't know how to divide on paper this will NOT work!Read more: How_do_you_check_the_quotient_from_a_division_problem
If the number is n, the quotient of the number and 12 is n/12.
12 is a composite number that is a multiple of 2. 12 is not a prime number.
The factors of the number 12 are 1,2,3,4,6,and 12.
there is no number 12 for stoke