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CONCEPT & RULES OF DIVISION

**CONCEPT & RULES OF DIVISION**

__DIVISION__** –**** Division is repeated subtraction
of the same number from a big number through a simple way with an investment of minimum
time. The sign of division is ‘ ÷ ’ . **

**Division mean equal
sharing or grouping between same or different group.**

**The number which is
to be divided will be called ‘DIVIDEND’**

**The number which
divides the ‘Dividend’ is called ‘DIVISOR’**

**The answer of
Division is called ‘QUOTIENT’ **

**DIVISOR
) DIVIDEND ( QUOTIENT ****OR **

** DIVIDEND **

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------------- =
QUOTIENT**

**DIVISOR**

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**IMPORTANT
THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED -**

**1. If the Dividend is ‘zero’ then any number as a Divisor
will give ‘Zero’ as Quotient.**

**If
‘Zero’ apple is distributed in 4 students then no one will receive an apple.**

**2. If the divisor is 1 (One), then the value of Quotient is the same as Dividend itself.**

**3. DIVISOR )
DIVIDEND ( QUOTIENT**

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**
REMAINDER**

**In the above equation
we can describe as DIVIDEND (D) = {QUOTIENT (q)
X DIVISOR (d)} + REMAINDER (r) **

**(In
the above equation always find the product of ‘Quotient’ & ‘Divisor’ first then
add ‘Remainder’)**

**4. In a division, ‘Remainder’ is always smaller than
‘Divisor’.**

**5. In every Division fact, there is always a dual
multiplication factor. That’s mean for an example if we would like to divide 30
by 5, then the quotient is 6**

**30 ÷
5 = 6 ; and it’s multiplication factor can be described by both way, 5 X 6
=30 & 6 X 5 = 30.**

**Another
factor is that, for any division, if we consider 30 ÷ 5 = 6, quotient is 6. If
we divide ‘Dividend’ 30 by ‘quotient’ 6, then ‘Divisor’ 5 will be considered
as ‘Quotient’.**

**30 ÷
6 = 5,**

**So,
it is clearly shown that, the divisional factor in different way like -
30 ÷ 5 = 6 and 30 ÷ 6 = 5**

**Satisfy
both the multiplication factor 5 x 6 = 30 and 6 x 5 = 30 , that’s
mean above divisional factor justify both the table 5 & 6****.**

**6. ‘Dividend’ is always the product of multiplication
of ‘Divisor’ and ‘Quotient’ if there is no ‘Remainder’.**

**If
there is ‘Remainder’, then the equation should be ‘Dividend’ = (‘Divisor’ X
‘Quotient’) + ‘Remainder’.**

**7. The ‘Quotient’ and ‘Divisor’ is are always the
factors of the ‘Dividend’, if there is no ‘Remainder’.**

**
If there is ‘Remainder’, then the equation should be (‘Divisor’ X ‘Quotient’) +
‘Remainder’=‘Dividend’.**