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# Dividend Divisor Quotient Remainder Relation

(See Euclidean division for a demonstration of this result.) See division algorithm for details on how to compute the remaining.) As mentioned above, the remainder is referred to as the least positive remnant or simply the remaining.  The number an is either a multiple of d or falls between two successive multiples of d, namely qd and (q + 1)d (for positive q).

For instance, suppose you have twenty sweets and need to distribute them evenly among four youngsters. After evenly distributing the candy, each of them receives five candies. Consider the following example: the number of candies (i.e., 20) to be split among children is referred to as the dividend, while the number of children (i.e., 4) to be divided is referred to as the divisor. Bear in mind that the dividend is divided by the divisor, or in other words, the dividend is divided by the divisor. The quotient is the outcome of an equal distribution, that is, the number of candies assigned to each member.

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