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A unit rate cannot have a remainder. A unit rate is a ration that has the unit as one and the rate has to be equal. If not, you either did a calculation mistake or the ratio is not a unit rate.

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Thats cap bro. I just did the division to find a unite rate and got a remainder. This guy is very false
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