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*is suspicious* 'one' and 'two' what?
one and two numbers
So, one number divided by two others?
*one and two are numbers
I'm going to go out on a limb here and post the obvious answer of one-half.
that is not the quotient, that is the remainder
So you're saying that after I combine two halves to make a whole, there is still something left over?
If you are redefining terms, please state your new definitions first, and then ask your question.
If by "what is the quotient of one and two," and you don't mean one divided by two, then what are the divisors? If one-half is the remainder, is that the remainder for both separate dividends?
cruffo is right
dividind / divisor = quotient + remainder
It's just one of those "make you think about something you already know" kind of questions ...
oh okay i got confused
\(1 \div 2 = 0 + R1\)
Let Q = quotient. 1 ÷ 2 = Q Q = 0 + R Q = ?