Your question's meaning eludes me. You can divide any number by 5, whether or not it is a remainder, and why would you want to divide a remainder by 5 anyway?
Yes, unless you divide the number by itself, then the answer would be one. Also, you can divide it by one, and the answer would be that number.
Divide your number by 7 and see if there is a remainder. If there is a remainder, 7 is not a factor.
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
Your remainder would be 12.
A remainder just means like the word says. It means the number that is remained after you divide a number. For example 30 divided by 4 would be: 7, and remainder 2
The answer would be 90 remainder 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.
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)
No. The remainder would be 1 or 2, never 3 or higher.