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Q: Where would you put the remainder if you were dividing decimals?

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you put that number as your remainder

When dividing numbers, after getting a whole number if there is a remainder don't keep dividing. Just write it down. The example of that is when you want to put a certain number of items in boxes but you have too many. 150 bottles and you want to put 12 in each box, You'll have 12 boxes with a remainder of 6.

You can't divide something as a remainder, you must forst put it into decimal form. You can do this by dividing two by whatever the number you divided by in the equation that resulted in the answer '19 remainder 2.'

When doing any division, when you are done dividing and get a remainder, put the remainder over the divisor to get the remaining fraction. For example, 23 ÷ 5 = 4r3, so you put the 3 over the 5 and you have 4+3/5 ■

Put the remainder as your numerator (the top # in the fraction) and your denominator (the # on the bottom of the fraction) is the divisor (the number you are dividing by). Source: I've been a math teacher for over ten years.

no, there would be absolutely no place to put them in your decimal.

you can put it in decimals or fractions or in a percentage

put it in order from decimals as in first make the fraction in decimals and put them in order you desire :)

Put the remainder as the numerator of the fraction. Put the divisor (the number that you divided by) in the denominator. Example 20 ÷ 6 = 3 remainder 2. the fraction is 2 / 6, which can simplify to 1/3 if you wish. So the answer is 3 1/3.

Adding and subtracting decimals is easy. When you put the numbers one above the other, line up the decimals vertically and treat as you would any whole number just keep the decimals in line and bring it straight down to your answer.

either turn all ur numbers to fractions or decimals, then put it in order

try to divide both numerator and denominator by a number until both numbers are not decimals. example: 2/4 can be simplified to 1/2 by dividing by 2

You would put .14 thats how you write fourteen hundredths.

put it in your caca

11,563

you put the d in the v.

Fractions to decimals: Divide the numerator by the denominator. Decimals to fractions: Put the fraction without the decimal point in the numerator. In the denominator, put a "1", followed by as many zeroes as there are decimals. For example, 0.058 becomes 58 / 1000.

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

It is in decimal form already.

Yes

I think 4 remainder 1 on a ruler would just be 4.1

The easiest way it to convert them all to decimals. Carry out the repeating decimals to an equal number of places. Then it is easy to put them in order.

You put all of the decimals in order

2.83

A six digit number is a number that is six digits long, for example 100,000 and if it is not divisible by four that means it cannot be put into four equal piles without and remainder or decimals.