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Excel QUOTIENT Function

Excel QUOTIENT Function

Figure 1.  Using excel quotient function

General Formula

=QUOTIENT (Numerator, Denominator)

Justification

The QUOTIENT function in Microsoft Excel is often used to perform a division operation on two numeric values, and it’ll return the whole number only as a result, not the remainder.

There is no “division” function in Microsoft Excel which will give you with both the integer portion and the remainder.

  • To perform “division operations” wherever the integer portion and decimal are returned, use a “division formula”.
  • To return only the remainder – use the “MOD function”.

How the formula Works

The Syntax of QUOTIENT Function

A syntax refers to the procedure of the function and the function’s name, comma separators, brackets, and arguments.

The QUOTIENT function syntax is:

=QUOTIENT (dividend, divisor)

Dividend (required) – the Numerator (the numeric value written preceding the forward slash (/) in a division operation).

Divisor (required) – the Denominator (the numeric value written succeeding forward slash in a division operation).

Errors Using the QUOTIENT Function

#DIV/0! – This occurs if the divisor value is equal to zero or references a blank cell.

#VALUE! – This occurs if any argument is not a numeric value. example

Figure 2. Quotient function error

 

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