The numerator of the fraction is '2'. The denominator of the fraction is the divisor (the number you were dividing by).
when you are writing a division problem as a fraction u take the remainder of your problem and make it the numerator and make the number you are dividing by the denominator
Put the remainder over the divisor. 20 divided by 7 equals 2 remainder 6 or 2 and 6/7.
You divide when there is a remainder the same as you divide when there is none. The only difference is that when you divide the last digit in the dividend, you will wither add a decimal point and 0 to the right of the digit and keep dividing, designate the leftover number as a remainder, or you will put the remainder over the divisor to show the remainder as a fraction. For example: 761 divided by 10 is 76 with a remainder of 1. You can write 76 R1, 76 1/10 or 76.1
if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing
It depends on what the divisor is.
1.5 divided by .33 in a fraction = 22727/5000
3 goes into 11 three times with a remainder of 2. We can write this a 11 divided by 3 = 3 remainder 2. We can also write it as a fraction 11/3 which can be written as 3 and 2/3rds.This is because instead of writing remainder 2 we can write the answer and 3+2/3. This shows us that 3 goes into 11 3 times and shows us the remainder is 2 also.
Three divided by three written as a fraction is 3/3
You may write "over" or "divided by" in place of the fraction bar.
you write fractions as a mixed number by dividing what ever number thats in the fraction how do you write 0.304 as a fraction?
Given an improper fraction (a fraction greater than 1), we divide the numerator by the denominator. The quotient is the whole number part of the mixed number. The remainder is the numerator of the fraction part. The denominator is the same as the denominator of the original fraction. For example: Given the fraction 17/5. 17 divided by 5 is 3 with a remainder of 2. The answer is 3 2/5.
either 4/10 or 4/100
You divide the numerator by the denominator (integer division). Write the integer result as a whole number, and the remainder in the numerator, without changing the denominator. Example: convert 11/3. Dividing 11 by 3 gives you 3, with a remainder of 2. So, the result is 3 2/3.
Write the 17 on top, and the 3 at the bottom of your fraction.
Yes. If you mean dividing a whole number INTO a fraction here is how you do it. Take the whole number and write it as a fraction where the whole number is the numerator (top part of the fraction) and the number "1" is the denominator (the bottom part of the fraction). Now, turn that fraction upsides down so that the "1" is on top and the whole number is on the bottom. Multiply the numerator of the original fraction times the "1" giving you the original numerator as the new numerator. Multiply the whole number times the original denominator giving you the new denominator. If you means dividing the fraction into the whole number it is similar. Write the whole number as a fraction (as above) with 1 in the denominator. Then flip the fraction over and multiply the two numerators, the two denominators and you have your answer.
You use a reciprical in dividing fractions. 1st you write down the problem. then you flip over the 2nd fraction and multiply the 1st fraction with the second fraction, and there is your answer,
By dividing its numerator by its denominator as for example 3/4 = 0.75
Convert :) For example: .5 is 1/2 .333 is 1/3 .166 is 1/6 Or another way is when you're dividing a large number and you end up with a large remainder, you will have a mixed fraction. In this case, put the remainder as the numerator, and the number you're dividing by as the denominator. I left something out. If you have a decimal like .275, the numerator will be 275 and the denominator will be the decimal place that the number takes up (in this case, the thousandths). So your fraction will be 275/1000, reduce it and it becomes 11/40.
There are several ways to write remainders. In some case, remainders are simply written within a box in the upper right-hand corner of the equation, although for upper-level math this probably should not be done. One way is to simply abbreviate remainder with an r then write the number remaining beside it such as r 10. Another way to write remainder is in a fraction. Simply take the remainder and place it over the number being divided by: 139/6 (139 "divided by" 6) --> r 1 --> 1/6 (1 is the remainder and 6 is the divisor). As ww.wyzant.com explains, "divisor = denominator" in this form. Similar to the fraction form, remainders can also be written in decimals. An easy way to do this is take the remainder written as a fraction and divide it. In the previous example for instance, 1/6 is 1 "divided by" 6 =/or ~0.167. Some decimals will divide better than other especially if they are multiples/factors of one another. Further explanations at: http://www.wyzant.com/resources/lessons/math/elementary_math/long_division/long_division_with_remainders