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Q: Which number is a reasonable remainder if the divisor is 7?
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Which is not a reasonable remainder when the divisor is 7?

A negative number or any number that is greater than or equal to 7.

What following numbers is a reasonable remainder if the divisor is 7 is it 7 14 5 or 8?

5. The remainder will never be more than the divisor.

What is the number that when divided by 9 the quotient is 6 and the remainder is 7?

To find the number, multiply the divisor and quotient, then add the remainder. 9 (divisor) times 6 is 54. 54 plus 7 is 61. The number is 61.

What is the largest remainder you can have if you divide a number by 7?

The largest remainder will be one less than the divisor. 7 - 1 = 6.

What is 71 over 8 as a mixed number?

To find the mixed number you need to first divide to find the quotient and remainder. So 71 over 8 has a quotient of 8 and remainder 7. So the general way of writing a mixed number is dividend over divisor = quotient (remainder over divisor) dividend/divisor = quotient remainder/divisor) So 71 over 8 = 8 7/8.

Write 21 7 as a mixed number?

21/7 so you will divide 7 into 21; 7/21= 3 the quotient is 3, the remainder is 0, the divisor is 7; answer is ...3 0/7 If the question was write 8/5 as a mixed number you would divide 5 into 8. 5 is the divisor, 1 is the quotient, 3 is the remainder. The answer to that is 1 3/5. Remainder Quotient Divisor 1 3/5.

What is the largest possible remainder for a math problem with 8 as the divisor?

If you divide by 8, the remainder can be any number from 0 to 7.

What is the greatest remainder you can get with a divisor of 8?


What is the greatest possible remainder you can have if you divide a number by 7?

One less than the divisor, so 6.

What is the greatest remainder possible if you have the divisor 8?


The divisor is 7the quotient 9 and remainder 6what is the dividend?

If the divisor is 7, the quotient is 9, and the remainder is 6, then the dividend must be 69.

How many possible remainder are thereif the divisor is 4 and 7?

The possible number of remainders is always one less than the divisor.

What is 7 remainder 1 as a fraction?

The answer depends on the divisor, which is not specified.

How do you interpret the remainder to a fraction?

The remainder divided by the divisor is the fraction. For example 12 divided by 7 is 1 with remainder of 5; the remainder fraction is 5/7 so answer is 1 and 5/7

How many possible remainders if the divisor is 7?

The possible number of remainders is always one less than the divisor.

How do you change an impropper fraction to a mixed decimal?

Change 6/5 to a mixed number.1. Divide the numerator by the denominator: 6 ÷ 5 = (quotient) 1 (remainder) 12. Write the mixed number: (quotient) 1 1/5 (remainder/divisor)Change 18/7 to a mixed number.1. Divide the numerator by the denominator: 18 ÷ 7 = (quotient) 2 (remainder) 42. Write the mixed number: (quotient) 2 4/7 (remainder/divisor)

What number divided by 17 10 and 7 leaves remainder 12 and 3?

The remainder of any division MUST be smaller than the divisor. So no number divided by 10 or 7 can leave a remainder of 12. So review your question and post it when it makes sense.

How do you write a remainder as a fraction?

Put the remainder over the divisor. 20 divided by 7 equals 2 remainder 6 or 2 and 6/7.

What is the greatest remainder you could have with the divisor 8?

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

How do you divide and write as a mixed number 7 divided by 8284?


The number you divide by?

In a division such as 7 divided by 3 = 2 + 1 The number you are dividing - 7 - is the dividend The number you are dividing by - 3 - is the divisor The number you get - 2 - is the quotient The number left over - 1 - is the remainder.

What can be the largest possible remainder if the divisor in a given division problem is 7?


How do you get the reciprocal of the divisor?

for a integer n, we call d the divisor of n if d divides n without leaving a remainder. So, for example, 49/7=7 and 7 is a divisor or a factor of 49. ( n=49, d=7 in this case) Since 7 is the divisor the reciprocal of 7 is just 1/7. In general is n is a divisor, 1/n is the reciprocal.

How do you find the dividend with a divisor 7?

If there is no remainder, you can use the relation:dividend = divisor x quotient If you ONLY know the divisor, you don't have enough information; though you can make up any number for the quotient, and multiply them together to get the dividend.

What is the amount left over after you divide a number?

In the calculation below, the Divisor (3) cannot evenly divide into the dividend (7), then there will be a Quotient (2) and a Remainder (1) 7 ÷ 3 = 2, +1 The remainder is the amount left over.