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Q: How do you divide 10 apples among 11 people?

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It is: 10/8 = 1.25 apples each

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

Make an omelet or scrambled eggs.

give eveyone 10 slices, while each slice is 1/11th of an apple

6.02 * 10^23 or 602,300,000,000,000,000,000,000 apples.

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It is: 10/8 = 1.25 apples each

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

Make an omelet or scrambled eggs.

If you have between 20 and 30 coins and if you share them among 10 people how many coins you will get will depend on how you divide the coins. For example, if you have 30 coins and divide them evenly between 10 people, you will all get three coins each.

give eveyone 10 slices, while each slice is 1/11th of an apple

Think about it as with apples. If 3 people have 5 apples each, how many apples are there? 3x5 = 15. If, however, no people have 10 apples, there are no people so therefore there are no apples. Similarly, if 3 people have no apples each, there are 0 apples in total. Hope this explains it.

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$1.30 for 10 apples

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A similar question would be - "how many dozen of apples are there in 48 apples." To solve this, we divide 48 by 12 (because dozen equals to 12) and the answers is 3. Similarly, for your question we divide 100 ms by 1ns: { 100 x 10^(-3) } / { 1 x 10^(-9) } = 10^8 this is ur answer

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