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Are there any zeros in the quotient 495 divided by 4 how can you tell with out finding the quotient?

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    well, you know that 4 divides 400 evenly, so are there any zeroes in 95/4?

    You know that 4*20=80 and 4*30=120, so whatever 95/4 is, it will be between 20 and 30.

    So, no zeroes in 495/4

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    Thanks Steve!

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