What Are the Three Parts of a Division Problem?

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Division is a mathematical term used to refer to sharing or distribution of a quantity between or among a group. The three parts of a division problem include the divisor, dividend and quotient. The dividend is the number being divided into groups, the divisor is the number of group for which the dividend is broken down and the quotient is the number that each group receives.
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