A digit is a number or numeral. A dividend is a number to be divided. A dividend is divided by a divisor to yield a quotient. A digit dividend is a single digit number that is being divided some other (non-specified) number. The word single is assumed to be there. It could be written like this: A (single) digit dividend is a single digit number that is being divided by another number. In mathematics, there are 1-digit dividends, 2-digit dividends, etc.
the quotient which is the same as the dividend or divisor
The amount you want to divide up. dividend ÷ divisor = quotient. Example: in 12 ÷ 3 = 4, 12 is the dividend. Hope this helps.
In the problem 12 divided by 4, 12 is the dividend and 4 is the divisor
4082 Since the tens digit is 2 times the thousand digit, it must be an even digit. So it can be 8, 6, 4, or 2. But, the thousands digit is 4 greater than the hundred digit. So that the hundred digit must be 0, the thousands digit must be 4, the hundreds digit must be 8, and the ones digit must be 2.
the leading digit
A dividend is is a number to be divided and a divisor is a number to be divided into a dividend. Here the dividend is a three digit number and is divided by a one digit divisor. The quotient or result is a two digit number as stated. So in math terms, we can state that the dividend is a three digit number and that the divisor is a one digit number.
33 and 10164
Unless you are using remainders, no because the divisor may not divide evenly into the dividend you idiots.
no it does not thank you
There is more than one answer to your question. One answer is a divisor of 99 and a dividend of 30492. A divisor of 33 and a dividend of 10164 would do as well. In fact you can use any number between 33 and 99 as the divisor if you adjust the dividend accordingly.
difference, dividend,divisor,divide, digit
you add the divisor with the dividend then subtract your answer wiith your remainder
Divisor must be greater than 10000/308 ie 33 or more
That's really going to depend a lot on what the dividend is.