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In the previous examples, the quotient is less than the dividend; that is, $\frac{1}{6}<\frac{1}{2}$, while the other quotient is greater than the dividend; that is, $8 \frac{1}{3}>5$. Why, in your opinion, does this happen?

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1 of 2$a)$ When the divisor is greater than $1$, as in the first example, then the quotient is less than the dividend.

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