The quotient multiplied by 100 will give the per cent of shrinkage.
The final remainder is the one to be written down with the quotient.
If we massed the ten cases together, the quotient would be 28.
How does this quotient, or ratio, compare with that found in part (C)?
How do you know that the quotient cannot be as large as 169?
How do you know that the quotient cannot ...