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Add quotient methods #14981
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The last two commits were small changes. I think I've mentioned that it's preferable to push bigger chunks of changes. Small commits are fine if the PR is almost ready and only a little change is required to complete it or if the tests are failing for a silly reason (like a typo) and you didn't notice it until pushing (e.g. if you forgot to run tests in python3 as well as python2). Other than that, it's best if each commit is a self-contained completed chunk of work. For example, you could have pushed