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Q: Which number divide 15 so that remainder is 1?

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20 if you divide by 17. 19 if you divide by 16. 18 if you divide by 15, 17 if you divide by 14. And so on. In fact any number from 10 to 99. That is, every two digit number.

All numbers of that kind: 5, 15, 25, 35, 45, 55, 65... 105, 115... and so on

A modulo function finds the remainder term when you divide one number by another number. For example, if you divide 20 by 3 you're left with a remainder term of 2. So 20 mod 3 = 2. If you divide 21 by 3 you're left with no remainder term. So 21 mod 3 = 0.

No. It is an even number, because it is divisible by 2. "Odd" numbers give you a non-zero remainder after you divide by 2. "Even" numbers give you a remainder of 0, after you divide by 2. 332 divided by 2 is 166 with a remainder of 0, so it is "even". But 333 divided by two is 166 with a remainder of 1, so it is "odd".

no, because that would be 6 remainder 6, which is 6/6 which equals 1 whole. So it would be the answer you got +1 with no remainder

Multiple is a number that is divided by another number without a remainder. Lets divide 57 by 6 we have 3 as remainder. So 57 is not a multiple of 6.

once you get to a number you cant divide 9 into its called the remainder. so you put a small r on the side of the number like this example 46r9

The remainder can only be one, so make it whatever number plus 1/2

One less than the divisor, so 6.

1 and 13 will both divide 26 and 39 without remainder.

The MOD function finds a modulus. That is the remainder when you divide one number into another. So if you divide 10 by 3, you would get a remainder of 1. To do that with the MOD function, you enter it as: =MOD(10,3)

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