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A repeating decimal divided by a whole number 2019-05-01
From Emily:
How do you divide repeating decimals by whole numbers?
Answered by Penny Nom.
1 divided by 0 and infinity 2011-10-24
From ritika:
we say that one divided by zero gives us infinity, then why zero multiplied by infinity does not gives us one?????????????
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Zero divided by infinity 2008-05-03
From ANNE:
There was a question about what do you get when you divide Zero by infinity. There was an example using Potatoes. Could someone please explain a little bit more in detail, so that I can help my son who has Schizophrenia understand. He is big into Mathematics and is consumed by this question. Thankyou so much, Anne
Answered by Penny Nom.
An integer x when divided by 5 leaves the remainder 3. 2005-06-18
From A teacher:
An integer x when divided by 5 leaves the remainder 3. Prove that when 4x is divided by 5, 2 is the remainder
Answered by Penny Nom.
Divisibility by 15 2004-12-19
From Lisa:
My son was asked to find divisiblity rules for 15. We have been unable to find the answer. Does it exist?
Answered by Leeanne Boehm and Denis Hanson.



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