| Charles Butler - Mathematics - 1814
...dividend will have as many decimal places as there are in the divisor and quotient together ; wherefore **the quotient must contain as many decimal places as the number of** decimals in the dividend exceeds that in the divisor ; which was to be shewn. 3. Divide 17.0146 by... | |
| Charles Davies, William Guy Peck - Mathematics - 1855 - 630 pages
...any desirable extent, or till a remainder is found equal to 0 ; then point ofi" from the right hand **as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds that in the divisor ; if there are not so many in the quotient, prefix O's till the requisite... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Arithmetic - 1860 - 444 pages
...denominator of the divisor. Therefore, II. The quotient of one number divided by another in the decimal form **must contain as many decimal places as the number -of decimal places in the dividend** exceed the number in the divisor. 1. Divide 34.368 by 5.37. OPER vriosr ANALYSIS. We first divide as... | |
| Emerson Elbridge White - Arithmetic - 1873 - 260 pages
...The dividend contains as many decimal places as both divisor and quotient. 2. The quotient contains **as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds the number in the divisor. 3. Each removal of the decimal point one place to the left, divides... | |
| Daniel W. Fish - Arithmetic - 1874 - 542 pages
...the divisor and quotient, it contains as many decimal places as both divisor and quotient. Hence, 3. **The quotient must contain as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds those in the divisor.\ WRITTEN MXERCISE8, 296. 1. Divide .952 by .7. OPKEATION. ANALYSIS. —... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Arithmetic - 1875 - 462 pages
...denominator of the divisor. Therefore, II. The quotient of one number divided by another in the decimal form **must contain as many decimal places as the number of' decimal places in the dividend** exceed the number in the divisor. 1. Divide 34.368 by 5.37. OPERATION ANALYSIS. We first divide as... | |
| William James Milne - Arithmetic - 1877 - 402 pages
...quotient, how many decimal places will there be in the quotient? 215. PRINCIPLE. — The quotient will **contain as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds those in the divisor. WRITTEN EXERCISES. 1. Divide 8.88 by 2.4. PROCESS. ANALYSIS.— 8.88... | |
| Samuel Mecutchen - 1877 - 128 pages
...in the quotient. From these operations we derive this principle : — In any quotient there will be **as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds the number in the divisor, WRITTEN EXERCISES. 1. Divide 14.688 by 12. 2. Divide 146.88 by 1.2.... | |
| Joseph Ray - Arithmetic - 1880 - 420 pages
...decimal places as the divisor ; and wJien botii have the same mimber, tfie quotient is an integer. 2. **The quotient must contain as many decimal places as the number of** those in the dividend exceeds the number of those in tJie divisor. PROBLEM. — Divide .50312 by .19... | |
| William James Milne - Arithmetic - 1882 - 222 pages
...quotient, how many decimal places will there be in the quotient? 210. PRINCIPLE. — The quotient iintt **contain as many decimal places as the number of decimal places in the dividend** exceeds those in the divisor. WRITTEN EXERCISES. « 211. 1. Divide .07245 by .23. PROCESS. ANALYSIS.... | |
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