# 4th GD MATH: NEED HELP NOW!!!!!

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I forgot the difference between the divisor and the dividend. IN DIVISION.

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In 4/2 = 2
4 is the dividend; the first 2 is the divisor; the answer of 2 is the quotient

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WHAT IS THE DESCRYPTIONS FOR THE DIVISOR AND THE DIVIDEND

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thanks Dr Bob

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the divident is always inside. the divisor is outside.

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