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Q: What is the difference between a divisor and dividend?

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A divisor goes into a dividend.

Divisor: the number by which a dividend is divided Dividend: a number to be divided

Dividend : Divisor = Quotient

A divisor is the greater number that is divided by the dividend number. A dividend is a number that is divided by he divisor or multiply

dividend then divisor

Dividend divided by divisor equals quotient.

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.

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.

A dividend is the number that is divided by the divisor

The divisor is 9. quotient x divisor + remainder = dividend ⇒ quotient x divisor = dividend - remainder ⇒ divisor = (dividend - remainder) ÷ quotient = (53 - 8) ÷ 5 = 45 ÷ 5 = 9

quotent X divisor + remainder = dividend

Divisor and dividend are two very related math terms

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