The remainder of two positive integers can be calculated by first dividing one number (the dividend) by the other (the divisor) using integer division (ignoring any fractional component). Multiply this quotient by the divisor, then subtract the product from the dividend. The result is the remainder.
Alternatively, while the dividend remains greater than the divisor, subtract the divisor from the dividend and repeat until the dividend is smaller than the divisor. The dividend is then the remainder.
Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) the Answer is subtraction
nope. Multiplication is a form of addition. Division is a form of subtraction.
Do (multiplication/division) before you do (addition/subtraction).
A set of related addition-subtraction or multiplication-division sentences is a fact family.
Addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. I think they can also do square roots but I am not sure.
Multiplication is successive Addition Division is successive subtraction
the inverse of addition is subtraction and the inverse of multiplication is division. Of course, multiplication is just repeated addition so division is just repeated subtraction!
P.E.M.D.A.S is how i remember it Parentheses Exponent Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction also, whichever comes first in the problem goes first, but this only works with multiplication and division and also addition and subtraction but only multiplication with division and addition with subtraction
addition subtraction multiplication and division
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division