When an integer is divided by 1 same integer number will be the quotient
It is a multiple of 1
810: quotient 1, remainder 1
The answer to a division problem is the quotient
A multiple of 1 because there is no change in the number being divided as for example 19/1 = 19
Yes, except for 0
Not sure about the quotation, but the quotient is the original number.
There's no general rule or pattern. (11/5) divided by (33/5) = 1/3 (less than 1) (41/5) divided by (24/5) = 11/2 (greater than 1) Just as always in division . . . -- If you have (smaller number) divided by (bigger number), the quotient is less than 1. -- If you have (bigger number) divided by (smaller number), the quotient is more than 1.
It is x because any number divided by 1 remains the same
The quotient when the square root of a number n is divided by two?
When a dividend is divided by a divisor, the resulting number is the quotient. it is the result of division
When a number is divided by a number the result is called the quotient.
The quotient is the answer in a division problem.
Every number is divisible by 4. A number less than 4 gives a quotient less than 1 when divided by 4. A number greater than 4 gives a quotient greater than 1 when divided by 4. 4 divided by 4 = 1.
The divisor is divided into the dividend and the answer is the quotient
49, when divided by 7, gives a quotient of 7
The number is 243 because 243/243 = 1 and any number divided by itself is always equal to 1
In mathematics, a quotient is the result of division. The quotient is the result 8 here, while the number being divided is called the dividend, in this case 8.
When any number is divided by itself, the quotient is always ' 1 ' exactly.