If the divisor of the dividend is a fraction then the quotient is increased as for example 14 divided by 2 = 7 but 14 divided by 1/2 or 0.5 = 28
A digit is a number or numeral. A dividend is a number to be divided. A dividend is divided by a divisor to yield a quotient. A digit dividend is a single digit number that is being divided some other (non-specified) number. The word single is assumed to be there. It could be written like this: A (single) digit dividend is a single digit number that is being divided by another number. In mathematics, there are 1-digit dividends, 2-digit dividends, etc.
The quotient. In the problem 7 / 2 = 3 (+1) The 7 is the "dividend"; the 2 is the "divisor": the 3 is the "quotient" and the 1 is the "remainder".
no, it simply multiplies the quotient by 1 (the multiplicative identity).
When an integer is divided by 1 same integer number will be the quotient
The quotient is 47 with a remainder of 1
4 and 1/6
It is a multiple of 1
The dividend divided by the price per share - that % is your yield. If a dividend is $1 and the share price is $20, your yield is 5%
No. It equals a quarter (1/4). But the quotient of 12 and 3 equals 4.
810: quotient 1, remainder 1
It is: 1
There are several parts to a division problem. It is easy to see them with this example. 16 divided by 3 is 5 with a remainder of 1. The number 16 is the dividend and 3 is the divisor. The 5 is the quotient and the 1 is the remainder. To see that the answer of a division problem such as this is correct, just multiply. The divisor multiplied by the quotient plus the remainder is the dividend. So 3x5+1=16 as desired. Of course sometimes you have a problem like 8 divided by 2=4. In this case 8 is the dividend and 2 is the divisor. The number 4 is the quotient. The difference here is there is no remainder.
In a division:the DIVIDEND is the number being divided intothe DIVISOR is the number doing the divisionthe QUOTIENT is the result.eg in 10 ÷ 2 = 5 the dividend is 10, the divisor is 2 and the quotient is 5.Quotient can also used to refer to the whole number part of a result, eg in 11 ÷ 2 = 5 r 1, the 5 is often called the quotient and the remainder is 1.