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how to find remainders in web calc?

Guest Sep 14, 2014

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Use mod(x,y) or x mod y (It can be entered in either format).  For example:

$${\mathtt{13}} \,{mod}\, {\mathtt{4}} = {\mathtt{1}}$$

Alan  Sep 14, 2014
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Use mod(x,y) or x mod y (It can be entered in either format).  For example:

$${\mathtt{13}} \,{mod}\, {\mathtt{4}} = {\mathtt{1}}$$

Alan  Sep 14, 2014

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