Question #7f775

1 Answer
Mar 26, 2017

Answer:

6004.14...

Explanation:

Using a calculator, you get the answer.

#(42029)/7#

You can use long division as well

You use #7# to divide each of the numbers. If it not possible, you look at the next number and read it as one number.

For instance, #7# cannot divide #4# without a remainder of #0#, you write #0# or leave it blank.

Thus, you try to divide #42# by #7# to get #6#. When you do that, you get a remainder of #0#.

Bring down all that is left and apply the same process.

When you get to #7# divided by #1#, you put a decimal point which allows you to put a zero by the #1# and continue....

    0 6 0 0 4  .   1 4
    -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

7 ) 4 2 0 2 9

    -4 2

     -- --

     0 0 0 2 9

             - 2 8

     -- -- -- -- --

                   1 0

                    -7

    -- -- -- -- -- --

                     30
                    -28

   -- -- -- -- -- -- --                       
                       2

You can go on and on