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THE QUOTIENT IS 45 1/4 WHAT IS THE DIVISOR

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    It depends on what the dividend is.

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    what is the divisor of the number 45 1/4

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    I need to know what is the quotient of 45 1/4 it doesn't tell me the divisor.

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    oops I mean what is the divisor for 45 1/4

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