The amount left over after you divide two number that don't divide perfectly.
As for example 38/6 = 6 with a remainder of 2
The largest remainder when dividing by 6 is 5. This is true because if the remainder is 6, the 6 would divide into the number again. For example: 35 divided by 6 is 5 remainder 5. 36 divided by 6 cannot be 5 remainder 6 because 6 will divide into 36 again. The answer would be 6.
If you divide 3 into 565 you will have remainder 1
No, because 38 does not divide evenly into 100 with no remainder.
1, for example.
Divide the remainder by the divisor. Example: 5 / 2 = 2 and 1/2.
7 divide by 16 with a remainder = 0.4375
8 divide by 51 with a remainder = 0.1568627450980392
It is W - 1. If the remainder is greater than or equal to W, then you can subtract W from the remainder and increase the quotient by 1.
You divide when there is a remainder the same as you divide when there is none. The only difference is that when you divide the last digit in the dividend, you will wither add a decimal point and 0 to the right of the digit and keep dividing, designate the leftover number as a remainder, or you will put the remainder over the divisor to show the remainder as a fraction. For example: 761 divided by 10 is 76 with a remainder of 1. You can write 76 R1, 76 1/10 or 76.1
Yes, you can have a remainder of 5 when you divide by 6. If you divide 11 by 6, it will go into it one time with a remainder of 5.