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# Can someone explain quotient and remainder?

10th Aug 2016, 6:17 PM
Xenophon Venios
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If you have to divide 13 by 4. Then it means nothing but asking some one ,that how many time s/he can subtract 4 fully out of 13. So,.... (1)13-4 =9 (2)9-4=5 (3)5-4=1 So we can subtract 4 ,3times out of 13 fully and after that 1 remains .. So...1 is remainder and what times (means 3) 4 was subtracted fully was quotient. So,as multiplication is addition,similarly division is subtraction.....no. of times.
10th Aug 2016, 8:30 PM
Sanjeev Narayan Tiwari
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mathematically, quotient is the number obtained by dividing two numbers and remainder is the number remaining when two numbers are divided. x = 5 y = 10 z = 13 #quotient a = y / x print a #output is 2 a = y % x print a #output is 0 a = z / x print a #output is 2.6 in Python 3 a = z // x print a #output is 2 since // is integer division a = z % x print a #output is 3 hope this helps some.
10th Aug 2016, 6:31 PM
Izz
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couldn't get a better answer, thanks
10th Aug 2016, 9:02 PM
Xenophon Venios
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Thanks Mr.Sanjeev
8th Sep 2016, 6:09 PM
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