The quotient is larger than the original fraction.
Divide the smaller into the larger. If the quotient is an integer, the smaller is a factor of the larger.
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.
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 answer depends on the sign of the numbers.(1/4) / 3 = 1/12, which is smaller.(-1/4) / 3 = -1/1, which is larger.
Quotient 0, remainder 805. Note that you will always get this pattern when you divide a smaller number by a larger one - i.e., the quotient will be zero, and the remainder will be the dividend.
Because it's a fraction
When you divide powers having the same base, subtract the numerator from the denomenator. Put the base in the part of the fraction where the original exponent was larger.
It gets smaller.
You have to view fractions as division problems: to convert a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator. As such, when you increase the denominator, you are dividing by a larger value, so your quotient will be smaller. For example, if you have the fraction 1/10, 1 divided by 10 is 0.1. If you have the fraction 1/100, 1 divided by 100 is 0.01. When you increase the numerator, this pattern reverses. 1/10, 1 divided by 10, is 0.1. 10/10, 10 divided by 10, is 1.
find the objects area first. Then put the objects' area into a fraction by smaller in numerator and larger in denominator then divide and put decimal into fraction or percent
Because when you convert to a larger unit, you know that you will wind up with less of them, and if you divide by a number greater than ' 1 ', then the quotient is always a smaller number than you started with.
No, that will indicate the percentage the smaller number is of the larger number.
Rules for dividing by a fraction are multiply by the reciprocal. The reciprocal of a unit fraction is a whole number. Multiplying by a whole number will make the answer (quotient) larger. ex unit fraction 1/a 7 divided by 1/a = 7 x a/1 = 7a .... a times larger than 7.
The result could be a whole number or a fraction. But whatever it is, it's smaller than the original whole number.
-9 and -3 or 3 and 9
Divide the larger number by the smaller one. If the answer is an integer, the larger number is a multiple of the smaller.
You can't unless the numerators are equal. In that case, the fraction with the larger denominator is smaller.
You divide the numbers.
To find the scale factor of two triangles, look first for one pair of corresponding sides--one side from the smaller triangle and the corresponding side from the larger triangle. Divide the larger side length by the smaller side length, and that quotient is your scale factor.
No because the smallest fraction depeneds on how many parts you have for instance if the denominator is larger the fraction is smaller