Quotientnoun

(arithmetic) The number resulting from the division of one number by another.

‘The quotient of 12 divided by 4 is 3.’;

Modulopreposition

(mathematics) Given a specified modulus of.

‘21 and 84 are congruent to each other modulo 9, since both numbers leave the same remainder, 3, when divided by 9.’; ‘Thus 21 modulo 9 is 3, because when 21 is divided by 9, the remainder is 3.’;

Quotientnoun

(mathematics) By analogy, the result of any process that is the inverse of multiplication as defined for any mathematical entities other than numbers.

Modulopreposition

(technical) Except for differences accounted for by.

‘"A is the same as B modulo C" means A is the same as B except for differences accounted for by C.’;

Quotientnoun

A quotum or quota.

Modulopreposition

(extended use) With due allowance for (a specified exception or particular detail).

‘The "tail recursion modulo cons" technique allows functions that would be tail recursive but for a cons call to be transformed into a tail recursive form.’; ‘All mammals, modulo the monotremes, give birth to live young.’;

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Quotientnoun

The number resulting from the division of one number by another, and showing how often a less number is contained in a greater; thus, the quotient of twelve divided by four is three.

Modulonoun

(computing) The operation or function that returns the remainder of one number divided by another.

Quotientnoun

The result of any process inverse to multiplication. See the Note under Multiplication.

Quotientnoun

the ratio of two quantities to be divided

Quotientnoun

the number obtained by division

Quotient

In arithmetic, a quotient (from Latin: quotiens , pronounced ) is a quantity produced by the division of two numbers. The quotient has widespread use throughout mathematics, and is commonly referred to as the integer part of a division (in the case of Euclidean division), or as a fraction or a ratio (in the case of proper division).

‘how many times’;

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