# quotient

# Notations of quotient

The quotient represents the integer division operator. When the operator is applied to integer arguments \(a\) and \(b\), the result is the "quotient of a divided by \(b\)".

### Descriptions of this symbol

- quotient in openMath/integer1.
- quotient in mathML.
- quotient in mathWorld.
- quotient in wikipedia.

### Observations of quotient

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#### English

In the precalculus book we find quotient of *f* and *g* is represented in page 84.

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#### Dutch

The Dutch book Basisboek Wiskunde shows the quotient of a function in page 144, and it called 'QuotiÃ«nt' in Dutch context.

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#### German

We find in the German book Differential und Integralrechnung the quotient of two polynomial is represented in page 69, and quotient is called 'Quotient' in German context.

### Encoding the observations of quotient

TODO: here would be the right place for notations about the long-division instead of arith1.divide (or... on top of).