Quotient

My Definition

Key Characteristics

The following are true of a quotient:

- It is the result of a division problem.
- It may be a whole number, a whole number and a remainder, or a rational number.
- It may identify the number of groups in a given amount when the number in each group is known when using the partitive method of division.
- It may identify the number in each group when the number of groups within a given amount is known when using the quotative method of division.

Example

Non-example

TEKS: 3(4)(J); 4(4)(E); 5(3)(C); 5(3)(F); 5(3)(G); 6(4)(D); A2(7)(C); A2(7)F); AR(4)(C)