Calculate the quotient of a division.

`=QUOTIENT(numerator, denominator)`

- Numerator - required argument to divide by
- Denominator - required argument to divide by

`=QUOTIENT(5,2)`

The QUOTIENT function is a math function that divides two numbers and returns the result as an integer. For example, this returns 2 because 5 divided by 2 is 2.5, which is rounded down to 2.

`=QUOTIENT(25,5)`

The QUOTIENT function can also be used to find the number of times one number goes into another. For example, this returns 5 because 25 goes into 5 five times.

`=QUOTIENT(20,4,2)`

The QUOTIENT function can be used to divide multiple numbers. For example, this returns 2.5 because 20 divided by 4 divided by 2 is 2.5.

`=QUOTIENT(1000000,1000)`

The QUOTIENT function is useful for performing calculations with large numbers that would be difficult to do manually. For example, this returns 1000 because 1,000,000 divided by 1,000 is 1,000.

`=QUOTIENT(20,100)`

The QUOTIENT function can be used to calculate the percentage of one number to another. For example, to calculate 20% of 100, use the formula which returns 0.2.

The QUOTIENT function is a mathematical tool that divides two numbers and returns the integer portion of the result, removing the remainder after division.

- The QUOTIENT function takes two arguments: the numerator and denominator. The numerator is the number to be divided and the denominator is the number to divide by.

The QUOTIENT function is a function used in Sourcetable and other spreadsheet programs, and it returns the integer portion of a division.

The syntax of the QUOTIENT function is QUOTIENT(numerator, denominator).

The QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of the division of the numerator by the denominator. It does not return the remainder.

The QUOTIENT function is used in Sourcetable and other spreadsheet programs to divide a number by another number and return the integer portion of the result. It is commonly used for calculations dealing with money or time.

The QUOTIENT function should be used when you need to divide one number by another and you need the integer portion of the result. It is useful for calculations involving money or time.

- QUOTIENT(100, 10) = 10
- QUOTIENT(45, 7) = 6
- QUOTIENT(12, 3) = 4