Q: How big can a remainder be and why?

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Yes it can because it doesn't matter how big the remainder is it can go to 1000.

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6.8571

Not without remainder.Not without remainder.Not without remainder.Not without remainder.

Yes because there is no legit remainder. If you do 4 divided by 2 you get 2 with a 0 remainder or no remainder.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Write_a_recursive_algorithm_to_find_the_gcd_of_two_numbers GCD algorithm....GCD(BIG,SMALL)BIG=SMALL*INTEGER + REMAINDERSMALL=REMAINDER*INTEGER + REM#2REMAINDER=REM#2*INTEGER+REM#3When the remainder is 0, then the answer is what's being multiplied by an integer.ExampleGCD(1071,1029)1071=1029*1 + 421029=42*24 + 2142=21*2+0GCD=21Niraj Sharma

94.4

Some helium was produced during the Big Bang; the remainder was produced in stars, through nuclear fusion.

13.5

161.2222

89.1429

9.5

2.1935

76.1111

60.1296

98 ÷ 14 = 7 (there is no remainder).

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259.5

As for example 23/8 = 2 with a remainder of 7

It is 286 and remainder 1

74 divided by 5 equals 14 with a remainder of 4

the remainder is 1

It's called the remainder

A decimal does not have a remainder.

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