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The greatest remainder when dividing by any number is one less than the number itself.

The greatest remainder when dividing by 18 is therefore 17.

EXAMPLE : 35 ÷ 18 = 1 and remainder 17.

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The greatest possible remainder is 11.

If you're dividing a whole number by 2, then the greatest possible remainder is 1.

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It is: 225/12 = 18 with a remainder of 9

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The remainder is 3 5 x 3 = 15 18 - 15 = 3

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If you divide an integer by 9, the remainder can be anything from 0 to 8.If you divide an integer by 9, the remainder can be anything from 0 to 8.If you divide an integer by 9, the remainder can be anything from 0 to 8.If you divide an integer by 9, the remainder can be anything from 0 to 8.

If there is a remainder of 2 then number will divide 2 less than 110 (= 108) and 128 (=126) and be the largest such number. Thus need the hcf of 108 and 126: 108 = 22 x 33 126 = 2 x 32 x 7 hcf = 2 x 32 = 18 Thus 18 is the greatest number which will divide 110 and 128 with a remainder of 2 in each case.

1,2,3,6,9 and 18 are the only numbers that will divide evenly into 18 with no remainder.

2 divides exactly 18 times into 36, there is no remainder.

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18 divided by 14 = 1 with a remainder of 4 or 1.2857