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i dont know so you divied the

no, it simply multiplies the quotient by 1 (the multiplicative identity).

No.

Their quotient is positive if the integers have the same sign;negative if the integers have different signs;zero if the dividend is zero (and the divisor is not).

Neither. A fraction is a quotient. The line in a fraction can be read as "divided by." 3/4 is the same as 3 divided by 4. The 3 is the dividend, the 4 is the divisor and 3/4 is the quotient.

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the number is 0

the quotient which is the same as the dividend or divisor

If the dividend and divisor have the same sign, then the quotient is positive. If their signs are different, then the quotient is negative.

The quotient increases.

Increase

i dont know so you divied the

The quotient is doubled. 8/4 = 2 8/2 = 4

no, it simply multiplies the quotient by 1 (the multiplicative identity).

No.

As long as the number is not zero, the quotient remains unchanged. If the multiplier is zero then the quotient is undefined.

Unless you are using remainders, no because the divisor may not divide evenly into the dividend you idiots.