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how do you divide any two decimal numbers?

condition: not by multiplying using 10 on both sides(Numerator and Denominator)

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Use Newton-Raphson division, which applies Newton's method for numerically estimating roots of smooth functions to calculating reciprocals.

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^that really helped @dfeuer –  danicdar Dec 28 '13 at 8:37

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