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Q: What number divide by 8 get quotient 7 and remainder 2?

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You can't have a remainder of 6 when you divide by 2! JHC!

A quotient is the answer when you divide 2 numbers. For example if you divide 72 by 3, you get 24 as a quotient.

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.

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.

37 can be expressed as 37 = 5 x 7 + 2, where 5 is the divisor, 7 is the quotient, and 2 is the remainder. Reminder is a positive integer. If you divide 37 by 5 and you get a decimal number 7.4, .4 is not a remainder. Multiply 5 by the quotient 7, and subtract the product 35 from the dividend 37 to get the remainder 2.

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No. When you divide a number by another number, let's say 26/4, you can't always get a perfect number. In this case, 6*4 is 24, and you have 2 "remainder", or 2 left over. The quotient is the whole answer, in this case 6 remainder 2. So the remainder is part of the quotient, but not the whole quotient itself.

You can't have a remainder of 6 when you divide by 2! JHC!

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)

A quotient is the answer when you divide 2 numbers. For example if you divide 72 by 3, you get 24 as a quotient.

Yes. The remainder cannot be more that the divisor but there is no issue with it being greater than the quotient. For example, if you divide 5 by 3, 5/3 = 1 and remainder 2 (out of 3) So you get quotient = 1, remainder = 2.

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.

Since binary is about 2 digits do the calculatio asmentioned below: We have 146,right.... 1.)Divide it with 2 so is there any remainder ,no, so 0,quotient is 71 2.)Now divide the quotient with 2, now remainder is 1, quotient is,35 3.) Again repeat the same procedure, now remainder is 1, quotient is 17 4.) same process continues,remainder now 1, quotient is 8, 5.)Same, remainder is 0,quotient is 4 6.)Same, remainder is 0,quotient is 2 7.)Same, remainder is 0,quotient is 1 8.)Same, remainder is 1,quotient is 0. Now atlast consider all the remainders from bottom... You will get 10001110 is your answer in binary.

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.

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37 can be expressed as 37 = 5 x 7 + 2, where 5 is the divisor, 7 is the quotient, and 2 is the remainder. Reminder is a positive integer. If you divide 37 by 5 and you get a decimal number 7.4, .4 is not a remainder. Multiply 5 by the quotient 7, and subtract the product 35 from the dividend 37 to get the remainder 2.

the biggest remainder you can have when dividing by 2 is 1. Reason is ......if you divide an even number by 2 you will always get a round answer. However if you divide an odd number by 2 you will always get a full number with 1 reamining...i.e divide 3 by 2.........2 remainder 1......................divide 19 by 2 this will give you 9 remainder 1. Hope this helps

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