Directions: Fill in the blanks using all different non-zero digits (except the numbers 1 and 4, which have already been used) to make the greatest possible quotient.

### Hint

What number should ideally be placed in the hundreds place of the quotient? Why?

Can the units’ digit of the dividend be odd if the quotient has no remainder?

Can the units’ digit of the dividend be odd if the quotient has no remainder?

### Answer

1,963 (the dividend is 7,852)

Source: Brian Lack

Should have added as an additional hint, “can the units digit of the dividend be odd if the quotient has no remainder?”

I just added it for you Brian. Thanks for your problem!

Grade 4 problem, stumping my super adept 5ths ~ LOVE it!!!!

1963 (the dividend is 7852

1963 the dividend is 7852

1,000 \ 2 = 500

the answer to this problem is 1963 and the divedended is 7852.Because 4×1=4 9×4=36 6×4=24 3×4=12

i thinks she is correct