Q: What if i divide a number by five what remainders can you get?

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Repeatedly divide by 5 (noting the remainders) until the quotient is zero. Then write the remainders out in reverse order.

Any non-negative number smaller than 7.

Any non-negative integer less than the number that you are dividing by.

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You can divide a given number into an infinite number of other numbers to get different quotients or remainders.

It is 75.

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1 & 2 are the only non-zero remainders you can get from dividing a whole number by 3.

Repeatedly divide by 5 (noting the remainders) until the quotient is zero. Then write the remainders out in reverse order.

1 and 3 will divide into both numbers with no remainders

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.

Any non-negative number smaller than 7.

It is 5 because it is the highest number that will divide into 50 and 35 with no remainders