### Divided By 60

### Divided By 6 = 7

Welcome to Divisible! The Divisible tool below can do three things! It determines if one number is divisible by another, divides two numbers, and may display all of the numbers that a number is divisible by. Divisible indicates that one number can be divided by another without leaving a residual. In other words, if you divide one integer by another integer, the result must likewise be an integer (whole positive number). If we divide the two numbers above and the result is not an integer, we round the result up to four digits if required. Calculators and utilities may be found in our Directory. Here are some instances of divisible and dividing issues that we have discussed and solved:

As previously stated, the quotient is calculated by dividing the dividend by the divisor. In many circumstances, the result of this computation will be an integer (a whole number), indicating that a number can be divided completely without any leftovers. When a number cannot be divided completely, the amount left behind is referred to as the residual.

As previously stated, the quotient is calculated by dividing the dividend by the divisor. In many circumstances, the result of this computation will be an integer (a whole number), indicating that a number can be divided completely without any leftovers. When a number cannot be divided completely, the amount left behind is referred to as the residual.

So, let's see what 2/5 divided by 7/3 equals, and I invite you to stop the video and attempt to figure it out on your own. We only need to remember that this is going to be the same as 2 over 5 times the reciprocal of 7/3, which is 3 over 7. Then multiplying two fractions is a piece of cake. This will just be equal to the product of the numerators. So 2 times 3 multiplied by the product of the denominators multiplied by 5 times 7--I'm trying to keep the colors consistent—which, of course, is 2 times 3 multiplied by 6 And 5 times 7 is, of course, equal to 35. I'll make this in a new hue, let's see, I haven't used this shade of blue before. As a result, this is 6/35.