If a non-zero number is divided by 1 then the quotient is ___________.


Answer:

number itself

Step by Step Explanation:
  1. We know that on dividing any number by 1, we always get the remainder as 0 and the quotient as the number itself.
    Let us look at the following example:
    Dividend↴
    Divisor→ 1)5(5 ←Quotient
    5
    Remainder←0
  2. Hence, on dividing a non-zero number by 1, the quotient is the number itself.

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