Any number, including 65, can be divided by any other number, but the quotient may or may not be a whole number. If you're looking for a number by which 65 can be divided that will give you a quotient that is a whole number, that would be either 5 or 65.
The dividend is divided by the divisor to give the quotient. Alternatively, this can be expressed as: The divisor divides into the dividend to give the quotient.
The quotient is the result of dividing one number by another. Give us another number, we'll give you a quotient.
the dividend divided by the divisor gives you the quotient explain
Let N be any non-zero integer. Then 58*N divided by N will always give 58 as their quotient.
There are infinitely many divisions that will give the quotient of 19.
A dividend in mathematics is the number being divided. For example, in 15/5 = 3, the 15 is the dividend, the 5 is the divisor, and the 3 is the quotient.
A quotient is the answer to a division problem. For example, the quotient of 15/5 is 3.
the answer to a division problem is quotient
A division is a dividend divided by the divisor to give the quotient; this is written as:quotient = dividend ÷ divisorA division can also be expressed as the divisor divided into a dividend to give the quotient; this is written as:................. quotient.............. ------------divisor | dividendThe quotient can be just the whole part of the result of the division, in which case there may also be a remainder.
The quotient is the result of dividing two numbers. So a two digit quotient is simply an answer to a division problem that ends up being 2 digits. For instance, 100 divided by 10 give a two digit quotient of 10. Or 480 / 32, which gives a two digit quotient of 15.
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It is: 44
Any number can theoretically be divided by the number six, but the outcome may not be an integer. Only multiples of six, when divided by six, will give an integer, such as: 12, 18, 24, 30...
A positive number divided by a negative number, or vice versa, will give you a negative number.
even number can be divided by 2 to give a natural number undecimal whereas the odd number can't be divided by 2 or else given a decimal number
23 is already prime.