Q: Which number could be a reminder for a problem with a divisor of 8?

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When 6 appears in an arithmetic problem, it could be a divisor, a quotient, a factor, a dividend, a subtrahend, a minuend, an exponent, a product, or a couple of other things. That's one of the beauties of our number system --- any number can show up in any position, and can take on any role, in a numerical calculation. Show us how the '6' fits into a problem, and we can see what function it has in that particular problem.

Only 3 non-zero remainders.1, 2, and 3 are the only possible non-zero remainders since any number greater than or equal to the divisor could also be divided, to result in a new quotient. A remainder of zero, means that the dividend is divisible by the divisor (the divisor is a factor of the number)

Because if the remainder was larger than the divisor, then the divisor could go into the dividend again.

If the remained was bigger than the divisor than the divisor could still be taken out of the remainder

Can you clarify ?100.00000 is a number i guess technically speaking you could make it into a problem but it looks like a solution..If your looking from a problem out of that number it could be 100.0000/1

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Since 2 is a prime the only numbers that can go in it are 1 and 2, where 9 has 1,3,and 9. The greatest common divisor of them would be 1 because it is the only number they could share.

Because if the remainder is greater, then you could "fit" another divisor value into it. if they are equal, then you can divide it easily. Thus, the remainder is always lower than the divisor.

Because if the remainder is greater, then you could "fit" another divisor value into it. if they are equal, then you can divide it easily. Thus, the remainder is always lower than the divisor.

The remainder is the number that is left over after the initial value has been divided as much as it can. If any numbers greater than 48 were present as a remainder, then these could be divided further into 48. If 48 is present as the remainder, then this can be divided by 48 to give 1, leaving no remainder. Thus, the largest possible remainder if the divisor is 48 is 47.

There a number of things depending on the age of the engine. The sparkplugs of an older engine could be poorly gapped, fouled or just need to be replaced. The problem could also be the distributor cap could also be the problem. In a newer car the problem could be injecters or any number of sensers. In any car the problem could be wires.

This could be a number of problems... Fuel pump problem? Carbuerator / fuel injection problem? Timing problem?

No. It could be square or division problem too.

A timely reminder is a warning or reminder that is given in plenty of time for some sort of corrective action to be taken, For example, 'The car was about to run out of gas but my wife gave me a timely reminder when she pointed to the gas gauge and said we'd better fill up soon.'

We would have to see the problem in order to know that.

All math problems could if you put the number in the mixed number format.

It might just have been possible to give an answer if you could have ensured that the divisor was part of the question! As it is, the question cannot be answered.

You could divide the answer into the larger number of the problem. The answer should be the remaining number (multiplicand).

It must be less else you have not divided properly; you could divide again 1 or more times!If the remainder is equal to the divisor (or equal to a multiple of the divisor) then you could divide again exactly without remainder. If the remainder is greater but not a multiple of the divisor you could divide again resulting in another remainder.E.g. Consider 9/2. This is 4 remainder 1. Let's say our answer was 3 remainder 3; as our remainder "3" is greater than the divisor "2" we can divide again so we have not carried out our original division correctly!

WRONG! Because the divisor is not specified - it could be irrational eg pi.

X could be a sign for multiplication, or it could also be a variable. A variable is a letter representing a number.

I don't have that lesson in front of me. Perhaps you could write the problem out.

The greatest integer remainder is 7 but otherwise, 7.999... .

I think they should let you keep your number. And that you could switch with any company keeping the same number. If you have metro and wanna switch to any other company you could my friend did with no problem. So try it. And if they dint let you try doing by phone you'll do it with no problem.

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