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Division of Whole Number by Decimal

Division of Decimal by a Whole Number (zero) Division of Decimal by a Whole Number (not zero) Division of Decimal by another Decimal Division of Whole Number by Decimal Division of decimal by 10, 100, 1000, 10000



Before you understand, how to divide decimal by another decimal, You are advice to read;

Convert Decimal into Fraction
What is Multiplicative Inverse ?

Example - Divide 54 with 3.6

Solution = 54 ÷ 3.6

Convert decimal into fraction and we get:
= 54 ÷ 36
10


Take multiplicative inverse and we get:
= 54 X 10
36


Solve by Cross multiplication and we get:
= 546 X 10
364


Further solve and we get:
= 6015
41


On solving the above expressions, we get:
= 15
1
0r = 15


Hence, 54 ÷ 3.6 = 15

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