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How is the number of zeros in the quotient in 180 divided by 8 equals 20 related to the bumber zeros in the dividen?

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    First of all, 180/8 ≠ 20, 180/8 = 22.5

    Do you mean 180/9 = 20?

    The more zeros in the dividend, all other things being equal, the more in the quotient.

    1800/9 = 200
    18,000/9 = 2000

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