Using standard algorithm, what does 9 divided by 4 =
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One standard algorithm is to repeatedly subtract 4 from 9 and count how many times this is possible before the result is negative or zero. 

9-4-4=1 then 1-4<0. So the quotient is 2, because 4 is subtracted twice, and the remainder is 1.

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