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Google Sheets

The QUOTIENT function in Google Sheets calculates the quotient of two numbers. For example, the following formula would return the result "3":

=QUOTIENT(5,2)

QUOTIENT is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the quotient of two numbers. The syntax for QUOTIENT is: =QUOTIENT(number1,number2)

The QUOTIENT function in Google Sheets can be used to divide two numbers and return the result as a decimal. For example, if you want to find the decimal equivalent of the number 9 divided by 3, you can use the QUOTIENT function as follows:

=QUOTIENT(9,3)

This will return the decimal equivalent of 3.0.

There are a few occasions when you should not use the QUOTIENT function in Google Sheets. One example is when you are trying to divide a number by zero, which will result in an error. Another time you should not use QUOTIENT is when you are trying to divide a number by a number that is not a whole number. For example, if you try to divide 5 by 2.5, you will get the result of 2 instead of the intended 2.5.

The QUOTIENT function in Google Sheets calculates the quotient of two numbers. The following are some similar formulae to QUOTIENT in Google Sheets:

DIVIDE: The DIVIDE function in Google Sheets calculates the division of two numbers.

AVERAGE: The AVERAGE function in Google Sheets calculates the average of a set of numbers.

SUM: The SUM function in Google Sheets calculates the sum of a set of numbers.

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