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baileyd622

  • 11 months ago

When you divide a whole number by a decimal less than 1, the quotient is greater than the whole number. Why?

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  1. DSS
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    The quotient is greater than the whole number because that's how many times the quotient goes into the whole number.

  2. DSS
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    Example 4/.01 = 400 It means that 0.01 goes into 4 400 times

  3. RaphaelFilgueiras
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  4. baileyd622
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    im in 5th grade i don't understand that equation

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