You are working with numbers. One is a whole number and the other is a fraction of a whole number (with a decimal point, etc). You apply the same principles of subtracting one number from another or a fraction of one number from a fraction of another. Numbers is numbers!
Division is the inverse operation to multiplication (except by 0). Multiplication by a number is equivalent to division by its reciprocal.
you have to multiply numbers to find your answere
They are both ways of representing numbers.
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There is no real difference between the two operations. Division by a scalar (a number) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal. Thus, division by 14 is the same as multiplication by (1/14).
The relationship between division and subtraction is :Division is repeated subtraction. Also, multiplication is repeated addition.
In dividing fractions you have to change division to multiplication and change the second fraction into a recipracol(flip the fraction.
the inverse of addition is subtraction and the inverse of multiplication is division. Of course, multiplication is just repeated addition so division is just repeated subtraction!
Multiplication is the inverse operation to division.
Division is the inverse operation to multiplication. Division by a number (other than zero) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal.
"Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction." Therefore multiplication and division are equal.
Division is the inverse operation to multiplication.
Both need integers around them, to use them.
Division is the opposite of multiplication.