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 Dividing a number which is greater than 1 by a number that is less than 1 2010-01-05 From Neda:when dividing a number which is greater than 1 by a number that is less than 1, will the quotient be greater than or less than the dividend? Explain.Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom. Quotient 2009-09-14 From Jala:What is a quotient and what are the instructions for one?Answered by Penny Nom. The quotient of 50 and a number is 2. 2006-08-17 From Thomas:The quotient of 50 and a number is 2. Is 2 the quotient , 50 the dividend and 25 the divisor?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Division names 2003-03-10 From A parent:what is the answer to a division problem calledAnswered by Penny Nom. For what divisors can you get a remainder of 8? 2002-11-13 From David:When dividing a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number, for what divisors can you get a remainder of 8?Answered by Penny Nom. Dividing with decimals 2000-11-15 From Alex:I teach math and my class and I were discussing the dividing of decimals. I explained that if there is a decimal in the divisor, it needs to be moved and so does the decimal in the dividend. My question is why is it necessary to move the decimal point in the divisor before dividing?Answered by Penny Nom. Quotients 1999-02-25 From Brian Healey:what is a quotient? what is a divisor? what is a divident?Answered by Jack LeSage.

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