There are four terms which describe the four numbers in a division problem.
The *dividend* is the number that is being divided.
The *divisor* is the number that the dividend will be divided by.
The *quotient* is the number of times the divisor will go into the dividend.
The *remainder* is a number that is less than the divisor and is too small to
be divided by the divisor to form a whole number.

A division problem may be written horizontally such as 49474 / 7 = 7067 R 5. In
this example 7 is the divisor, 49474 is the dividend, 7067 is the quotient and
5 is the remainder of the division.

A division problem may be written vertically.

__ 7067 R 5__
7)49474

Again, 7 is the divisor, 49474 is the dividend, 7067 is the quotient and 5 is the
remainder of the division.