The remainder is the number that is left over after the initial value has been divided as much as it can. If any numbers greater than 48 were present as a remainder, then these could be divided further into 48. If 48 is present as the remainder, then this can be divided by 48 to give 1, leaving no remainder. Thus, the largest possible remainder if the divisor is 48 is 47.
What is the largest remainder possible if the divisor is 10
Apparently, you're only using whole numbers in your division. In that case, the largest possible remainder is two (2).
1. The divisor is the second number in a division problem. For instance 6 / 3 = 2. In this example, the divisor is 3. If you have a divisor of X, then the largest remainder possible is X-1. This is because if you had one more number in the remainder, it would form a complete count, and the remainder would go away. In the case of 2 as your divisor, think of the number 11. 11 / 2 has a remainder of 1. However, if you had one more in the remainder, you'd have 2, and that would be a complete division. (Also, the number you have to be 12.) And there would be no remainder.
62. One less than the divisor.
14. The largest possible number for a remainder is 1 less than the divisor.
The largest possible number for a remainder is 1 less than the number of the divisor, so it is 5.
% cannot be a reminder if the divisor is 5, so the question is based on an error.
If you divide by 8, the remainder can be any number from 0 to 7.
you can do divide 83 and 5 and that will be your biggest remainder.
The largest remainder will be one less than the divisor. 7 - 1 = 6.
24. The largest remainder is always one less than the number by which you are dividing (the divisor).
Well, let's see. So we can try 285/9 It is 31 with 6 as it's remainder. You know that the dividend is the largest number, and the divisor would be less than the dividend. Since the divisor can't be any smaller than the remainder so would the dividend. Because it will be the only LARGEST number in the division equation.
28. It is always one less than the divisor.
The greatest common divisor is the largest number that can divide into all the members of a given set evenly with no remainder.
The largest possible remainder when dividing by any number N is N-1.
There is none. A greatest common divisor is the largest number that will divide into two or more given numbers without a fractional remainder.
The largest [integer] remainder is 10. If the remainder was any more you would get one (or more) lots of 11.
All divisors greater than 24, ie 25, 26, 27, ... can give a remainder of 24 when divided into something, as long as that something is 24 greater than a multiple of the divisor being used.The largest remainder any divisor can give is one less than the divisor itself - otherwise another chunk of the divisor can be removed and one added to the (integer part of the) quotient.
The greatest divisor is the largest number that divides into a given number evenly - no remainder or fractions. For example, the greatest divisor of 75 is 25 since no number greater than 25 will go into 75 evenly.
The greatest common divisor, also called the greatest common factor or GCF, is the largest integer that will divide evenly with no remainder into all the members of a given set of numbers.