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In some countries, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is ":". In others, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is "÷".
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In some countries, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is ":". In others, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is "÷". Unless you have children or work in a school you might never notice this difference.


Here we see Maurizio Codogno having to explain to his readers what ÷ means:
Here we see Maurizio Codogno having to explain to his readers what ÷ means:


https://www.ilpost.it/mauriziocodogno/2019/08/12/ma-ci-importa-sapere-quanto-fa-8%C3%B7222/
https://www.ilpost.it/mauriziocodogno/2019/08/12/ma-ci-importa-sapere-quanto-fa-8%C3%B7222/

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In some countries, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is ":". In others, the symbol you don't use for division if you're over about 13 years old is "÷". Unless you have children or work in a school you might never notice this difference.

Here we see Maurizio Codogno having to explain to his readers what ÷ means:

https://www.ilpost.it/mauriziocodogno/2019/08/12/ma-ci-importa-sapere-quanto-fa-8%C3%B7222/