When any number is divided by 1, the quotient is
D.Number itself

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Hint: In the given question, we have been asked that when a number is divided by 1, what quotient do we get. For knowing that, we must know what property does 1 have over all numbers.

Complete step-by-step answer:
We know that when we multiply any number with one, we get the number itself.
Let there be a number \[x\].
Let us multiply \[x\] with one, we get \[x\].
\[x \times 1 = x\]
Now, let us take 1 to the other side, where it is going to divide \[x\] and we get,
\[x \div 1 = x\]
Hence, on dividing a number by 1, we get the number itself.
Hence, the correct option is D.

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