(105)

When your divisor contains decimals, count the

number of places in the divisor to the right

of the decimal point and move the decimal to

the right that number of places to make the

divisor a whole number.

If the dividend already contains a decimal,

move the decimal to the right the same number

of places as moved in the divisor (adding

zeros if necessary).

Then, place a decimal point in the quotient

immediately above the new decimal place in the

dividend.

(106)

Before dividing, you must make the divisor a

whole number by moving the decimal point as

far to the right as is needed; also, you must

move the decimal point in the dividend the

same number of digits to the right as was done

in

the

divisor.

Following

the

above

instructions, the above problem would be as

follows:

(move decimals)

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