## How do you divide integers by floating?

Dividing an integer by an integer gives an integer result. 1/2 yields 0; assigning this result to a floating-point variable gives 0.0. To get a floating-point result, at least one of the operands must be a floating-point type. b = a / 350.0f; should give you the result you want.

## What is float division?

Float division returns a floating point approximation of the result of a division. For example, . Only a certain number of values after the decimal can be stored, so it is not possible to store an exact binary representation of many floating point numbers. If either of the values is a float, the return is a float.

**How do you find the float division?**

You can cast to float by doing c = a / float(b) . If the numerator or denominator is a float, then the result will be also.

**Can you divide floats in Python?**

In Python 3, “/” uniformly works as a float division operator. So, it always returns the float type: 10/3 returns 3.333333 instead of 3, 6/3 returns 2.0 instead of 2.

### What is the difference between dividing an int by an int and dividing a float by a float?

There is a vast difference between an integer divide and a floating-point divide. In an integer divide, the result is truncated (any fractional part is discarded). For example, the integer divide value of 19/10 is 1. If either the divisor or the dividend is a floating-point number, a floating-point divide is executed.

### How do you calculate floor division?

Summary

- Python uses // as the floor division operator and % as the modulo operator.
- If the numerator is N and the denominator D, then this equation N = D * ( N // D) + (N % D) is always satisfied.
- Use floor division operator // or the floor() function of the math module to get the floor division of two integers.

**Which of these is floor division?**

Which one of these is floor division? Explanation: When both of the operands are integer then python chops out the fraction part and gives you the round off value, to get the accurate answer use floor division. This is floor division.

**How do you divide in Python example?**

Examples

- # Dividing an integer by an integer.
- print(“The answer for 5/2: “)
- print(5/2)
- print(“The answer for 5//2: “)
- print(5//2)
- print(“\n”)
- # Dividing an integer by a float.

#### How do you do floor division in Python?

Python uses // as the floor division operator and % as the modulo operator. If the numerator is N and the denominator D, then this equation N = D * ( N // D) + (N % D) is always satisfied. Use floor division operator // or the floor() function of the math module to get the floor division of two integers.

#### How do I convert an int to a float in C++?

Just type cast one/both of the operands to a float and the compiler will do the conversion. Type casting is used when you want the arithmetic to perform as it should so the result will be the correct data type.

**How to convert an integer to a float?**

But the / operator sees two integers it has to divide and hence returns an integer in the result which gets implicitly converted to a float by the addition of a decimal point. If you want float divisions, try making the two operands to the / floats. Like follows.

**Do you only need to cast one integer to float?**

Sep 16 ’12 at 13:46 38 Strictly speaking you only need to cast one integer to float, althought this does make it extra clear. – Gerard May 2 ’14 at 17:46

## How to cast the operands to a float?

Cast the operands to floats: float ans = (float)a / (float)b; Share Improve this answer Follow edited Aug 14 ’16 at 18:35 answered Sep 16 ’12 at 13:41 cdigginscdiggins 15.9k66 gold badges9393 silver badges9595 bronze badges 6 Also, floats only have so much precision.