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Because if the remainder is greater, then you could "fit" another divisor value into it. if they are equal, then you can divide it easily. Thus, the remainder is always lower than the divisor.

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Why should the remainder be less than the divisor

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Why must the remainder be less than the divisor?

The remainder is less than the divisor because if the remainder was greater than the divisor, you have the wrong quotient. In other words, you should increase your quotient until your remainder is less than your divisor!


Is the remainder always greater than or less than the divisor?

It SHOULD always be less than the divisor... Otherwise your answer is wrong.


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If the remainder is greater than the divisor then you can divide it once more and get one more whole number and then have less remainders.


Why should the remainder not be greater than the divisor?

Because if the remainder was larger than the divisor, then the divisor could go into the dividend again.


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How big can a remainder be and why?

A remainder can be any non-negative number that is less than the divisor. If the remainder is bigger than the divisor, the divisor can go into it another one (or more) times until the remainder is brought into that range.


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