To check for divisibility, use the "%" operator - the remainder of a division. If the remainder is 0, it is divisible.for (i = 1; i
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...
Division BY 76: 75 Division of 76: 76
The remainder can be: 0,1,2,3.
the parts of division problem are : dividend , divisor , quotient and remainder . where : dividend = quotient * divisor + remainder
So that the answer from the division is a single quotient.
A division equation in which the numerator is an integer multiple of the denominator.
... when the remainder after division ...
144141441614418 Ã· 14 = 10295817258172 with a remainder of 133845624356246.
17 divided by 9 = 1, Remainder 8
The remainder CAN'T be greater than the divisor, not if you do the division correctly.
multiply ur answer and the number u divided it with and add the remainder
its the number left over
then do the oppsite.Multiply.
The answer is the remainder has a quotient of 14
To check the answer to a division question, multply the divisor (the number that is being divided into the dividend) and the quotient (the answer). If there is a remainder, add the remainder to the answer. If the number matches the dividend, your answer to the division problem is correct.
Yes there is. The real problem is just inverting the remainder into the decimal for the answer.
It is the remainder as for example 23/5 = 4 with a remainder of 3
The remainder must be less than the divisor, otherwise you are not doing the division correctly.
The answer depends on what the divisor is.