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Q: How do you make a remainder into a decimal?

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A decimal does not have a remainder.

It is called no remainder decimal.

Yes there is. The real problem is just inverting the remainder into the decimal for the answer.

So that the answer from the division is a single quotient.

No. The part of the number after the decimal point (if any) is the quotient of the remainder from the original division and the original denominator.

a repeating decimal

A decimal without a remainder is a whole number or integer.

A remainder is the numbers after a decimal point; sometimes used as repesenting in binary to get a binary number from a decimal number.

repeating decimal

It is a repeating decimal.

It is a terminating decimal.

It is a terminating decimal.

46 Remainder 0

a terminating decimal. got this from chacha.

terminating decimal is when the quotient has the remainder of zero.

not without a remainder/decimal. the answer is 589 remainder 2 or 589.5

To turn a remainder into a fraction you just put the remainder over the dividend. To turn a remainder into a decimal put a decimal in the divisor and in the answer so far, put a zero, bring the zero down and divide what you now have. If that does not come out evenly add another zero in the dividend and do that until it come out evenly

Presumably the original problem was 100/3 which gives 33 remainder 1 and as a decimal it is 33.3333.....recurring 3

You do not invert it. However, you can convert the remainder to a decimal by carrying out a long division of the remainder divided by the original divisor. For example, 13/3 = 4r1 Then, long division of the remainder (=1) by the divisor (=3) gives 0.33.... which is the converted remainder. The full quotient, in decimal form is 4.33...

Terminating decimal

a recurring decimal

recurring decimal

You do a long division, adding decimal digits until you get a remainder of zero (terminating decimal) or a repeating pattern of decimal digits.

A repeating decimal fraction.

Divide it by the divisor (the denominator).