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Q: How do you interpret the remainder to a fraction?

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you can drop the remainder and you can use the remainder as your quotient or you can add one too the quoitient.

The fraction is the remainder divided by the original divisor.

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Yes the mean can have a remainder but the remainder would normally be either rounded or converted into a fraction.

Done the calculation (get the answer) and also show the remainder (don't round up or down).

Divide mutiply and add

you can't turn a reminder in to a fraction

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75 ÷ 9 = 8 with remainder 3

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If your improper fraction does not produce a remainder when you divide it, then it's just a whole number. 22/11 = 2

When the remainder is zero the answer is a whole number. Put that number over 1 for an improper fraction.

Put the remainder as your numerator (the top # in the fraction) and your denominator (the # on the bottom of the fraction) is the divisor (the number you are dividing by). Source: I've been a math teacher for over ten years.

If you are given a sum with a remainder, for example, 17 / 5 = 3 remainder 2, then you can convert the number to a mixed number by putting the remainder as the numerator of the fraction, and the divisor as the denominator of the fraction. At this point, the fractional part of the sum can easily be turned into a decimal by dividing the numerator of the fraction by the denominator - therefore, 17 / 5 = 3 2/5 or 3.4.

you first add the remainder 5 times by itself. then you divide the answer and tehn you get it

One third is a fraction and cannot be expressed in remainder form.

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Divide it by the divisor.

The numerator of the fraction is '2'. The denominator of the fraction is the divisor (the number you were dividing by).

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A remainder is the fraction left over as a result of dividing an uneven number. 52 ÷ 3 = 17 with a remainder of 1/3.

The answer depends on what the divisor is.

It depends on what the divisor is.

The answer depends on what the divisor is.