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Estimate the quotient 161.7/7


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

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Use compatible numbers to find two estimate that the quotient is between 1,624 divided by 3


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.

Jan 27, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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Lilly estimated a quotient of 120 and found an actual quotient of 83. What should she do next?


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

Nov 09, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Estimate first. then find quotient. Of 4,318 divided by 7.


estimate of 616
exact 616.875 to three decimal places

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When the product of 4 and 4 is divided by the sum of 4 and 4 what is the quotient?


the Quotient is the answer to a division problem. so

(4 X 4) / (4 +4) =
16/8=
2
so the quotient is 2

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What is the answer to 27 divided by 9 in quotient


27 divided by 9 is 3.
The quotient of 27 and 9 is 3.

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Remainder


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.

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How do i do difference quotient on my ti 89?


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).

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What is base 6 of 486


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.

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What is a quotient in a division problem?


Dividend / Divisor = Quotient


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