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1Mathematics

A result obtained by dividing one quantity by another.*‘By examining the limits of sums, products and quotients of variable quantities, Mengoli was setting up the basic rules if the calculus thirty years before Newton and Leibniz.’**‘His favourite topics in number theory included binary quadratic forms, quadratic residues, Gauss sums and Fermat quotients.’**‘Why is the quotient of a number divided by zero infinity?’**‘He began his contributions to this topic in 1883 with a paper in which he used the Dirichlet principle to prove that a meromorphic function of two complex variables is a quotient of two entire functions.’**‘Equation predicts that the quotient of growth rate and the amount of nitrogen in leaves is constant.’*

**answer**, solution, calculation2A degree or amount of a specified quality or characteristic.

*‘the increase in Washington's cynicism quotient’**‘These seem, if anything, to have reinforced a sense of distance from it - an antipathy without his usual quotient of curiosity.’**‘In minutes, his sick printer was back on its feet, gobbling up its usual quotient of ink cartridges.’**‘But this year the copycat quotient is off the scale.’**‘I figured I'd get the silly quotient in early today, as the rest of the day will be a bit heavy handed.’**‘Fortunately, they aren't serious enough to lower the film's broad-based appeal or to diminish its quotient of feel-good moments.’**‘For the third volume, the quotient of research in archives and among the published documents is much, much higher and dependence upon other writers is much, much less.’**‘When you've read the original and been fascinated with it there is invariably a big drop in the interest quotient when going through the translation.’**‘Perhaps being bombed at regular intervals throughout the 20th century has given the British a different slant on the entertainment quotient of violence.’**‘To keep your weight gain at an acceptable level, you may have to reduce your calorie intake a little and make an effort to keep active, but it shouldn't be so difficult to do that it threatens your fun quotient or your sanity.’**‘I didn't add to the rudeness quotient of the world.’**‘It's something like their discomfort quotient, or perhaps the way you can see into their grasping for what the right way is to connect with the crowd or a given voter.’**‘And he confirms that the camp quotient is cranked up to 11.’**‘Already, the artsy-fartsy quotient at neighborhood restaurants and bars is nearing, ahem, Orange Alert level.’**‘Hardly a house hasn't been renovated, the limousine quotient is considerably higher than in Switzerland, not to mention elsewhere in Europe.’**‘The aggravation quotient is high, but it's good to know these things are going on.’**‘He fulfills the quiet-member-most-likely-to-turn-into-a-wild-man-at-any-moment quotient of the band.’*

**Origin**

Late Middle English from Latin quotiens ‘how many times’ (from quot ‘how many’), by confusion with participial forms ending in -ens, -ent-.

**Pronunciation**

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