3rd grade writing Math

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Mina says that if you know the products up to 10x10, you also know the division facts up to a dividend of 100. Is she right? Explain.

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    Yes.

    Specifically, if c times b equals a, written:

    c * b = a

    where b is not zero, then a divided by b equals c, written:

    a/b = c

    In the above expression, a is called the dividend, b the divisor and c the quotient.

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