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divide 161 by 7 in your head, 20 leaves you with 21.7 21.7 divided by 7 is 3.1 answer could be anywhere from 24 to 20

Jan 10, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

Hi Tammy:

Here's what I would do.

1) 1500 divided by 3 equals 500

that would leave 124

2) 120 divided by 3 equals 40

That leaves 4

3) 4 divided by 3 equals 1

with 1 remaining.

putting the quotients together you get 541

with 1 remaining.

All can be done mentally with no calculator and basic multiplication tables that most school children memorize.

Is this what you were looking for?

Cheerfuls.

Here's what I would do.

1) 1500 divided by 3 equals 500

that would leave 124

2) 120 divided by 3 equals 40

That leaves 4

3) 4 divided by 3 equals 1

with 1 remaining.

putting the quotients together you get 541

with 1 remaining.

All can be done mentally with no calculator and basic multiplication tables that most school children memorize.

Is this what you were looking for?

Cheerfuls.

Jan 27, 2016 | Computers & Internet

learn to do maths properly or learn to use a calculator

with out any of the correct information in your statement what sort of an answer did you expect

with out any of the correct information in your statement what sort of an answer did you expect

Nov 09, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

estimate of 616

exact 616.875 to three decimal places

exact 616.875 to three decimal places

Nov 09, 2015 | Computers & Internet

the Quotient is the answer to a division problem. so

(4 X 4) / (4 +4) =

16/8=

2

so the quotient is 2

(4 X 4) / (4 +4) =

16/8=

2

so the quotient is 2

Aug 06, 2015 | Computers & Internet

27 divided by 9 is 3.

The quotient of 27 and 9 is 3.

The quotient of 27 and 9 is 3.

Oct 08, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The quotient is easy. Since the calculator drops any fractional portion when in base mode, simply do the division. For example, to get the quotient of 5 and 3, divide 5 by 3 and see 1.

The remainder is a bit harder. Subtract the product of the quotient and the divisor from the dividend. For example, to get the remainder of 5 and 3, first calculate the quotient as above. Then subtract 1*3 from 5 and see 2.

The remainder is a bit harder. Subtract the product of the quotient and the divisor from the dividend. For example, to get the remainder of 5 and 3, first calculate the quotient as above. Then subtract 1*3 from 5 and see 2.

Apr 27, 2013 | Casio FX991MS Scientific Calculator

The function avgRC( calculates forward-difference quotients and the nDeriv( calculates central-difference quotients. Take your pick. You can also use the d( differentiate function.

You can also create a small program or function that gets a function as argument, along with the variable and the step and returns one of the difference quotients. (central, forward, or backward).

You can also create a small program or function that gets a function as argument, along with the variable and the step and returns one of the difference quotients. (central, forward, or backward).

Jul 19, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

for converting 486 to the base 10 to base 6 dived 486 by 6 and note the quotients and remainder.

486/6 = quotient = 81 remainder = 0.now divide quotient by 6 and note quotient and remainder.

81/6 = quotient 13 remainder= 3

13/6 = quotient 2 remainder = 1 .

2/6 = quotient 0 remainder= 2.

Hence reading remainder from below we get 2130.

So 486 tot he base 10 is equivalent to 2130 to the base 6.

Thank you.

486/6 = quotient = 81 remainder = 0.now divide quotient by 6 and note quotient and remainder.

81/6 = quotient 13 remainder= 3

13/6 = quotient 2 remainder = 1 .

2/6 = quotient 0 remainder= 2.

Hence reading remainder from below we get 2130.

So 486 tot he base 10 is equivalent to 2130 to the base 6.

Thank you.

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