Q: What is the decimal quotient for 19 divided by 5?

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25.6

-18

2000

7.2

The quotient of a number refers to the result of dividing that number by another number. It represents how many times one number can be divided evenly into another number. For example, the quotient of 10 divided by 2 is 5, which means that 2 can be divided into 10 evenly 5 times.

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The quotient of 95 divided by 5 is 19

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19 divided by 5, as 19 / 5 = 4, and R1 so 19+1= 20.

Yes. put a decimal in the quotient then it will be 10 and when divided by 5 gives 2. Hence answer will be: .2

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Because when you want to divide a decimal by a larger number, like 3 divided by 5, you need to add a zero to make the 3, 30, so you can divide, but then the quotient has to be a decimal because 5 does not go into 3 evenly

fractions divided to quotient

5

1.2

25.6

-18

6