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Q: Is it possible to divide 15 by a mixed number and get a qoutient that is greater then 15-?

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It will be greater.

no

It is: 40

A strategy for finding the quotient when you divide a number by a power of 10 greater than 1 by actually if you put them in decimals: 1/10=0.10 1/100=0.01 So the then 10 is bigger than 10.

There is an infinite number of prime numbers. It is not possible to list them.

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Yes. Because an example of this would be 15 ÷ 4 2/3. To solve you would turn 4 2/3 to 14/3 and 15 to 15/1. Then u multiply to get 210/3. 210/3 simplified is 70. And 70 is greater than 15 so yes, yes u can divide by a mixed number to get a quotient greater than 15. If you came to the conclusion that no you can not. Did you test your reasoning?

x/10 > 82 x > 820

The quotient of 50 and a number is 2.

By an integer, no. By any proper fraction, yes.

yes, it is possible to divide zero by a number. It is not possible to divide a number by zero though, which is undefined.

If you divide the fraction by a number greater than 1 then you will have a smaller fraction.If you divide the fraction by a number equal to 1 then you will have the same fraction.If you divide the fraction by a positive number smaller than 1 then you will have a greater fraction.

No, you can't divide 15 by a number greater than 1 and get an answer greater than 15. All mixed numbers are greater than 1 by definition.

this is not possible

if it's possible

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When you divide a number by a fraction between zero and one, the quotient will be greater than that number.

It will be greater.

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