A number that describes a part of a set of a part of a whole that is divided into parts is called a fraction. The numerator shows a number of equal parts. The denominator shows how many parts make a whole.
A number divided by its reciprocal is equal to the square of the number.
It's called "ten to the thirty-ninth power". It's equal to (one googol) divided by (ten to the forty-first power). It's also equal to (the square root of one googol) divided by (one billion). It's also roughly the number of seconds in 7,041,797,000,000,000,000,000 times the present age of the Earth.
The number being divided is the dividend, which is being divided by the divisor to equal the quotient. (dividend) Ã· (divisor) = (quotient)
918 divided by 18 equal 51.
A positive number divided by a negative number equals a negative number.
The only number that can equal 80, no matter what you do to it, is 80.When 720 is divided by 9, the quotient is 80.
Yes they are equal. Any number divided by itself equals 1
a negative number
A negative number.
This is just an arbitrary convention, based perhaps on the fact that each 'even' number can be divided into equal portions. The 'odd' numbers are not curious in any manner other than they can be only be divided into equal groups of 'odd' numbers. e.g. 15 may be divided into 5 groups of 3. BUT 7 cannot be divided into an equal number of groups.