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Q: What do you call the number that is left over after one is divided into another number?

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The remainder.

We call this left over number the remainder.

The quotient is the number of times the second number goes intro the first and the remainder is what is left over.

The number 4 is called a remainder

When you divide by ten the decimal point moves one place to the left.

The answer depends on the level of mathematics you are at: from simple remainders left when one number is divided by another to the remainder theorem where is is the division of one polynomial by another.

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Remain, or remainder, is the amount left over when one number is divided into another, but doesn't divide equally. For example, 25 divided by 6 is 4, with a remainder of 1.

This number, which is left after a whole number is divided equally, is usually called the remainder. This number can be written as a whole number (6 R1), as a fraction (1/2 if you were dividing by 2 to begin with), as well as a number of other ways.

It moves two places to the left.

It move two place to the left.

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