The number which we divide is called the dividend. The number by which we divide is called the divisor. The result obtained is called the quotient.
You divide the dividend by the divisor. The result is the quotient.
Dividend if the number that you divide, divisor is the number that you divide dividend into, and quotient is the number that you get from dividing dividend into divisor. For example, in 12/3=4, 12 is the dividend, 3 is the divisor, and 4 is the quotient.
It is the divisor and the result is the quotient
a quotient is the answer to a division problem. The divisor is the number of parts you divide the dividend by. The dividend is the number you are dividing.
Dividend divided by divisor equals quotient.
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You divide the dividend by the divisor to obtain the quotient.
the quotient which is the same as the dividend or divisor
You divide the dividend by the divisor (or the divisor 'into' the dividend) to get the quotient.
divisor Dividend ÷ Divisor = Quotient
The dividend is divided by the divisor, yielding the quotient.
Divide as normal, but make sure to place the decimal point in the quotient directly above the decimal point in the dividend.
I have no idea about the quotation, but the quotient is less than the divisor.
The dividend is what you divide. So in this example (20 / 4 = 5) 20 is the dividend, 4 is the divisor and 5 is the quotient.
It is a division word. The quotient is the result you get when you divide a number (dividend) by another number (divisor).
In a division problem, the divisor is the number you divide by, the dividend is the number you divide into, and the quotient is the answer.
Divide the divisor into the dividend which will result as a quotient and sometimes having a remainder
Quotient is the result of a divisor dividing a dividend. For example 3 divide by 2 is 0.666... 3 is the divisor, 2 is a dividend and 0 is the quotient, as for the recurring 6's they are the remainder.
Step1 Set the auxilary field on the left equal to the divisor. Step2 Put the dividend into the primary operations section. Step3 Divide each section as you would on paper, keeping track of the quotient in the right auxilary field. Subtract the number of the quotient multiplied by the divisor from the dividend between each section so that you have a method of checking for accuracy. Step4 Stop when the dividend is no longer equal to, or greater than, the divisor.
Sorry, do you really need help to divide 456 by 3? 152.