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Q: What to do with a two digit divisor in long division?

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If 8 x divisor is 2 digit, divisor must be 12 or less If fist digit quotient x divisor is 3 digit, the first digit has to be 9 and the divisor is 12 9 x 12 = 108 8 x 12 = 96

33 and 10164

Unless you are using remainders, no because the divisor may not divide evenly into the dividend you idiots.

In any two-figure division sum, the format is: dividend / divisor = 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.

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If 8 x divisor is 2 digit, divisor must be 12 or less If fist digit quotient x divisor is 3 digit, the first digit has to be 9 and the divisor is 12 9 x 12 = 108 8 x 12 = 96

33 and 10164

using the short or long division

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.

No.

Divisor must be greater than 10000/308 ie 33 or more

Unless you are using remainders, no because the divisor may not divide evenly into the dividend you idiots.

In any two-figure division sum, the format is: dividend / divisor = quotient

Maybe the divisor is zero.

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