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Q: How do you do division easily with remainders?

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In division by three, possible nonzero remainders are 1 and 2.

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In division by 5, you can have remainders of 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4. If you count zero, then you can have five possible remainders. If you are not counting zero, then 4 possible remainders.

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Remainders are the leftover numbers in division. For example, 6 doesn't fit in to 25 perfectly. It fits in to 24 perfectly. 25-24=1. 1 is the remainder for 25 divded by 6.

Next to the quotient, write R(x). Let x be the remainder number.

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It is the short for MODULUS DIVISION which is an operation of division that aims to get the ramainder rather than the whole number.

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