Notes: Concepts of Reminder for CAT Exam

Supposing a number N is divided by another number “x”; if the quotient obtained is “Q” and the remainder obtained is “R”, then the number can be expressed as N=Qx+R For example, suppose 8 is divided by 3 In this case, N=8, x=3. 3×2=6, which is 2 less than 8. hence Q=2 and R=(8-6)=2 Hence 8=2×3+2 Basic Remainder Theorem Basic remainder theorem is based on product of individual remainders. If R is the remainder of an expression( p*q*r)/X, and pR, qR and rR are the remainders when p,q and r…

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