Table of Contents

- 1 Can you do a long division with a remainder of 7?
- 2 How much does a math problem solver cost?
- 3 Is the remainder of the dividend in the division bracket?
- 4 Where do you put divisor in long division Calculator?
- 5 How to do long division with decimals in Excel?
- 6 How to divide whole numbers with no remainder?
- 7 How do you divide a number with decimals?

## Can you do a long division with a remainder of 7?

Since 7 is less than 32 your long division is done. You have your answer: The quotient is 15 and the remainder is 7. So, 487 ÷ 32 = 15 with a remainder of 7 For longer dividends, you would continue repeating the division and multiplication steps until you bring down every digit from the divdend and solve the problem.

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**What is the quotient with a remainder of 7?**

You have your answer: The quotient is 15 and the remainder is 7. So, 487 ÷ 32 = 15 with a remainder of 7. For longer dividends, you would continue repeating the division and multiplication steps until you bring down every digit from the divdend and solve the problem.

**Where do you put 487 in a division Calculator?**

Put 487, the dividend, on the inside of the bracket. The dividend is the number you’re dividing. Put 32, the divisor, on the outside of the bracket. The divisor is the number you’re dividing by.

## Is the remainder of the dividend in the division bracket?

Divide the first number of the dividend, 4 by the divisor, 32. 4 divided by 32 is 0, with a remainder of 4. You can ignore the remainder for now. Put the 0 on top of the division bracket.

### Where do you put divisor in long division Calculator?

The dividend is the number you’re dividing. Put 32, the divisor, on the outside of the bracket. The divisor is the number you’re dividing by. Divide the first number of the dividend, 4 by the divisor, 32.

**How to calculate the division of two numbers?**

Online division calculator. Divide 2 numbers and find the quotient. Enter 2 numbers and press the = button to get the division result:

**How to calculate the quotient of a long division?**

Put the 5 on top of the division bar, to the right of the 1. Multiply 5 by 32 and write the answer under 167. Draw a line and subtract 160 from 167. Since 7 is less than 32 your long division is done. You have your answer: The quotient is 15 and the remainder is 7.

## How to do long division with decimals in Excel?

If you need to do long division with decimals use our Long Division with Decimals Calculator . From the example above let’s divide 487 by 32 showing the work. Set up the division problem with the long division symbol or the long division bracket. Put 487, the dividend, on the inside of the bracket.

### How to divide whole numbers with no remainder?

Dividing Whole Numbers With No Remainder. Since 3 is greater than 1 you enter a zero in the 1st answer position and then combine the digit 1 with the digit from the next position in the dividend (4 in column #2) in order to form a number that is greater than or equal to the 3. That new number is 14.

**How to calculate the number of decimals in a dividend?**

Count the number of places and move the decimal in the dividend the same number of places. Add zeroes if needed. Since 3.2 is not a whole number move the decimal point one place to the right. 32 is a whole number. Do the same to the dividend and move the decimal one place to the right.

**Which is the correct way to divide 48 by divisor?**

Divide 48 by the divisor, 32. The answer is 1. You can ignore the remainder for now. Note that you could skip all of the previous steps with zeros and jump straight to this step.

## How do you divide a number with decimals?

Then move the decimal point in the number you’re dividing the same number of places to the right. Insert a decimal point in the quotient (answer) space, exactly above the decimal point in the number under the division bar. Divide until the remainder is zero, or until you have enough decimal places in your answer.