# How Do U Solve a Problem with the Divisor More Than the Dividend?

In order to solve a problem where the divisor is greater than the dividend, you need to place a decimal at the end of the dividend, then add zeros and solve until you get the correct answer. For example, 5 divided by 20 is 0.25.
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The dividend in a division problem refers to the number that is divided. The number that divides the dividend is known as a divisor. Division is a mathematical ...
A dividend in a math division problem refers to the number that is divided. The number that divides the dividend is referred to a divisor. Division is a mathematical ...
It depends whether it has remainders or not. Solving 8 long division problems with single digit divisors and 1 digit dividends,there will be no remainders. ...
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