Multiply the denominator by the whole number, or divide the numerator by the whole number
Only even numbers are divisible by two. If you have an odd number, for example 3, and divide by two, you will get 1 with a remander of 1.
what whole number will 8 always divide by?
the answer is = 1 is the whole, 583 is the numerater and 1000 is the determinater,
mixed # into an improper fraction: multiply the whole number by the denominator(bottom number ont he fraction) then add that number to the numberator(the top number of the fraction. and that's it! improper fraction into a mised number: divide the numberator by the denominator. whatever WHOLE number you get is your number, now for the fraction. whatever you got as the remander when you divided but that on top of the fration. ex 47/5. 5 goes into 47 9 times with a remander of 2. that equals 9 and 2/5.
An integer is a whole number.
It means exactly what it says: divide a whole number by a rational fraction.
There is no whole number that satisfies this request.
Divide the number by nineteen. If the answer is a whole number, then the number is divisible.
The answer you get when you divide is called the quotient.It is the number on top of the whole division problem.
you divide by the denominator and times by the numerator