(1,1)-geodesic maps into grassmann manifolds by Eschenburg J. H., Tribuzy R.

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We can write this result as 36 R 4. To check the result of a division, we multiply the divisor by the quotient and then add the remainder. The result should be the dividend. Check: Quotient ؒ divisor ϩ remainder ϭ dividend 36 ؒ 23 ϩ 4 ϭ 832 828 ϩ 4 ϭ 832 832 ϭ 832 Applications that involve forming groups can often be solved using division. EXAMPLE 6 Soup kitchens. A soup kitchen plans to feed 1,990 people. Because of space limitations, only 165 people can be served at one time. How many seatings will be necessary to feed everyone?

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