In mathematics, especially in elementary arithmetic, **division** (÷) is the arithmetic operation that is the inverse of multiplication.

Specifically, if *c* times *b* equals *a*, written:

c x b = a

where *b* is not zero, then *a* divided by *b* equals *c*, written:

a/b =c

For instance,

6/3 = 2

since

2 x 3=6

In the above expression, *a* is called the **dividend**, *b* the **divisor** and *c* the **quotient**.

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The divide into two parts basic concept and its example problems are given as follow:

The important concept of divide into two parts is given as follow:

The size of each group formed, quotient of a,b and c. Quantitative division consist a group of size *a* and creating groups of size *b*. The number of terms size that can be created
in *c*, is the quotient of *a* and *b*.

The division of two parts algorithm is the theorem that accurately expresses the output of the division process of integers. The theorem has quotient
and integers *q,*remainder *r* that are exist and it has the unique *a* and divisor *d*, with *d* ≠ 0.

The divide two parts algorithm as follows: There exist exclusive integer’s *q* and *r* such that *a* = *q d* + *r*
and 0 ≤ *r* < | *d* |, where | *d* | denotes the absolute value of *d*.

The example problems of divide into two parts are given as follow:

**1**. **Solve the following division**

42 ÷ 7

**Solution:**

42 ÷ 7

= (7 * 6) ÷ 7

**Answer** **is: 7**

**2****. Solve the following division,**

** ** 54 ÷ 6

**Solution:**

** ** 54 ÷ 6

= (9 * 6) ÷ 6

** Answer is: 9**

**3. Solve the following division,**

** ** 25 ÷ 5

**Solution:**

25 ÷ 5

= (5 * 5) ÷ 5

**Answer is : 5**

**Practice problem for** **division math facts:**** **

**1. ** - 50 **÷ 5 = -10**

**2. ** **56 ÷ 8 = 7**

**3. ** **49 ÷ 7= 7**

**4. ** **21 ÷ 3 = 7**