# What us the greatest remainder you could have with the divisor 3?

Table of Contents

- 1 What us the greatest remainder you could have with the divisor 3?
- 2 How do you find the greatest remainder?
- 3 How do you find the quotient and remainder in division?
- 4 What is the biggest remainder when you divide a number by 8?
- 5 What is the quotient and remainder when is divided by 6?
- 6 What is the quotient remainder formula?
- 7 Which of the following is the biggest remainder when divided by 13?
- 8 Which of the following gives the biggest remainder when divided by 13?
- 9 How do you find the remainder when you divide by 9?
- 10 What is the difference between the quotient and the remainder?
- 11 How do you find the greatest common divisor of a modulo?

## What us the greatest remainder you could have with the divisor 3?

The greatest remainder you could have with the divisor 3 is 2, with the divisor 8 is 7, and with the divisor 5 is 4. If the remainder is more than the divisor, another group can be divided into the dividend.

## How do you find the greatest remainder?

The largest remainder is ALWAYS one less than the divisor. The remainder must ALWAYS be LESS than the divisor.

**What are the quotient and remainder when is divided by quotient remainder?**

What is the quotient and the remainder? The quotient is the number of times a division is completed fully, while the remainder is the amount left that doesn’t entirely go into the divisor. For example, 127 divided by 3 is 42 R 1, so 42 is the quotient, and 1 is the remainder.

### How do you find the quotient and remainder in division?

Expressions used in program to calculate quotient and remainder: quotient = dividend / divisor; remainder = dividend % divisor; Note: The program will throw an ArithmeticException: / by zero when divided by 0.

### What is the biggest remainder when you divide a number by 8?

When 8 is used as a divisor for a number such that a remainder is obtained, the remainder must always be greater than zero but less than 8.

**What is the remainder when is divided by 4?**

If last two digits of a no are divisible by four then the no is divisible by four. So we have 05 as the last two digits. To make the no divisible by four we can subtract 1 from it to make last two digits 04. Therefore if we divide the given no by 4 we will get 1 as remainder.

#### What is the quotient and remainder when is divided by 6?

When 1 is divided by 6, the remainder is 1 and quotient is 0.

#### What is the quotient remainder formula?

The dividend divisor quotient remainder formula can be applied if we know either the dividend or remainder or divisor. The formula can be applied accordingly. For dividend, the formula is: Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder. For divisor, the formula is: Dividend/Divisor = Quotient + Remainder/Divisor.

**How do you find the quotient when given the remainder?**

When the remainder is 0, Divisor = Dividend ÷ Quotient, whereas, when the remainder is non-zero, Divisor = (Dividend – Remainder)/Quotient. The quotient can become a divisor and a divisor can become a quotient. For example 10 ÷ 5 = 2 or 10 ÷ 2 = 5 ( 5 and 2 are the quotient and divisor in different situations.)

## Which of the following is the biggest remainder when divided by 13?

Therefore the highest remainder is 12. If you’re talking about integers, it’s 13–1=12.

## Which of the following gives the biggest remainder when divided by 13?

Which of the following number yields maximum remainder, when it is divided by 13? 11 is maximum remainder , 466 is correct answer.

**What is the remainder of 3 divided by 4?**

There is no remainder.

### How do you find the remainder when you divide by 9?

Similarly, if a number is being divided by 9, add each of the digits to each other until you are left with one number (e.g., 1164 becomes 12 which in turn becomes 3), which is the remainder. Lastly, you can multiply the decimal of the quotient by the divisor to get the remainder.

### What is the difference between the quotient and the remainder?

What is the quotient and the remainder? The quotient is the number of times a division is completed fully, while the remainder is the amount that is left that doesn’t fully go into the divisor. For example, 127 divided by 3 is 42 R 1, so 42 is the quotient and 1 is the remainder.

**What is the remainder when 821 is divided by 4?**

There are 3 ways of writing a remainder: with an R, as a fraction, and as a decimal. For example, 821 divided by 4 would be written as 205 R 1 in the first case, 205 1 / 4 in the second, and 205.25 in the third. What is the remainder when 26 is divided by 6?

#### How do you find the greatest common divisor of a modulo?

Check that all modulos have the same greatest common divisor. Multiply each modulo by all but one other modulo, until all combinations are found. For the above modulos, this would be: b c, a c, a*b. Divide each number by the modulo that it is missing.