No remainder because the digits of 45549 finally add up to 9
The answer is the remainder has a quotient of 14
Remainder 8, quotient 0.
The remainder of the quotient of 421 and 6 is 1.
Quotient 0, remainder 805. Note that you will always get this pattern when you divide a smaller number by a larger one - i.e., the quotient will be zero, and the remainder will be the dividend.
Yes, it can be , for example 9/5 gives you quotient=1 and remainder =4 and other case 16/5 gives you quotient =3 and remainder = 1
Yes, certainly. A quotient is the result of division ( a divisor into a dividend). The remainder can be bigger than the quotient, but not bigger than the divisor. For example 130 divided by 20 =6 with remainder of 10. Here 6 is the quotient and remainder is 10, which is bigger than the quotient
The quotient is 47 with a remainder of 1
467 divided by 34 gives you a quotient of 13 and a remainder of 25.
810: quotient 1, remainder 1
The remainder is less than the divisor because if the remainder was greater than the divisor, you have the wrong quotient. In other words, you should increase your quotient until your remainder is less than your divisor!
To get a quotient and a remainder, you would need to do a division, not a multiplication.