When you divide a number by a fraction between zero and one, the quotient will be greater than that number.
The quotient is the result when you divide a numerator of a fraction by the denominator
The quotient is larger than the original fraction.
It will be greater.
The quotient will be less. 1/2 ÷ 2 = 1/4
By an integer, no. By any proper fraction, yes.
The quotient can be smaller or larger - depending on whether the original was negative or positive. It will be unchanged if it was 0.
The quotient of the two fractions.
A fraction or a quotient.
The answer will depend on the sign of the fraction.(1/4) / 2 = 1/8, which is smaller.(-1/4) / 2 = -1/8, which is greater.
The improper fraction usually has a numerator that is greater than the denominator. Divide the numerator by the denominator. In most cases you will get a quotient and a remainder. Now write the quotient and suffix it with the fraction represented by the remainder obtained above as the numerator and the original denominator as the new denominator as well.
If you divide the fraction by a number greater than 1 then you will have a smaller fraction.If you divide the fraction by a number equal to 1 then you will have the same fraction.If you divide the fraction by a positive number smaller than 1 then you will have a greater fraction.
Invert the fraction and multiply.
Divide the numerator by the denominator. The quotient is the decimal equivalent of the fraction.
I have no idea about the quotation, but the quotient is less than the divisor.
Generally, the quotient of a whole number divided by a fraction will be greater than that whole number, because division is simply multiplying the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor. For instance: 2 / (1/2) = 2 * (2/1)
No, it is not possible to divide 15 by a mixed number and get a quotient that is greater than 15.
When you divide by a fraction, you are multiplying by it's reciprocal or opposite. So if you are dividing by 1/2, it is the same thing as multiplying by 2/1.
if you can divide whole numbers, turn the fraction into a whole number by finding its equivalent and replacing the fraction with that equivalent. Then divide the new number which should be whole and you have your answer.
-- Ignore the signs. -- Divide the first fraction by the second fraction, then decide whether the answer is positive or negative. -- If both numbers in a division have the same sign, then the quotient is positive. So the quotient is positive, and you're done.