A quotient is the number of times a lesser number can go into a larger number. Therefore, 24 / 3 = 8 (giving 8 as the quotient).
A quotient is the answer when you divide 2 numbers. For example if you divide 72 by 3, you get 24 as a quotient.
The quotient of 30 and a number
So it is! What of it?
A quotient is the number obtained when one number is divide by another. 11 decreased by 10 is 1. The only number that can be paired with -9 to obtain a quotient of 1 is -9.
456 and 24
A single number cannot have a sum, or a quotient.
0.5416 The 6 is overlined.
A quotient is the answer to a division problem. 50 divided by 10 = 5 (5 is the quotient)
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.
The number is 197 because 197/8 = 24 with a remainder of 5
Assuming you are rounding to the nearest 10, and not, for example, the nearest 220, the number you are looking for is 438.
8/(x + 10)
If you multiply the divisor by the quotient you should get the original number. For example, if I want to check 10/2 =5. I multiply the divisor 2 by the quotient 5 and check to see if it gives me back my original number, 10. 2*5 =10 so 5 was the correct quotient. Alternatively if you divide the original number by the quotient you should get the divisor. In the above example, that would be 10/5=2.
24/6 = 4 and 24/4 = 6, therefore 24 divided by 4 is the bigger quotient.
either m/10 or 10/m (/=divide)
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.