If a dividend is more than a divisor or equal to it

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Unformatted text preview: the decimal point of dividend into consideration, join to its integer part the next digit of fractional part and compare again the received integer part of a dividend with a divisor. If a new number is again less than a divisor, put one more zero after a decimal point in a quotient and join to an integer part of a dividend the next digit of its fractional part. Thus, repeat this process till the received dividend would be not more than a divisor. After this one can fulfill the division as for integers. If a dividend is more than a divisor or equal to it, divide at first its integer part, write a result of the division in the quotient and put a decimal point. After this one can continue the division as for integers. E x a m p l e . Divide 1.328 by 64. S o l u t i o n: 0.02075 64 1.328 Math I - 13 - 128 48 your friends, but please don’t post it online. Feel free to pass this on to - 00 480 Discuss UPCAT and other college entrance exam questions and answers at Academic-Clinic’s - 448 Facebook Page. We encourage you to answer the questions we post there and actively participate in 320 the discussions on our wall. 320 For UPCAT, ACET, DLSUCET and USTET tips, tricks, news and other college entrance exam 0 information, visit the Academic-Clinic website. Tell your friends and classmates to come find and join us. The more, the merrier. Good luck! AcademicAcademic Academic-Clinic.com The achiever’s guide to academic life and beyond… W ebsite: http://academic-clinic.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/academic.clinic Twitter: http://twitter.com/acadclinic College entrance exam and science high school entrance test tips. Conquer UPCAT, ACET, USTET, DLSUCET, PSHS-NCE, and other entrance tests. Division of decimal fraction by another one. At first transfer decimal points in a dividend and a divisor by the number of decimal places of divisor, i.e. make the divisor an integer. Now divide as well as in the previous case. E x a m p l e . Divide 0.04569 by 0.0006. S o l u t i o n. Transfer the decimal points to 4 places to the right and divide 456.9 by 6: 0.0006 0.04569 76.15 6 4...
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2013 for the course UPCAT 2014 taught by Professor Otis during the Spring '13 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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