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25/6=

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  1. JakeV8
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    what class or grade is this for? Just curious :)

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  2. thebvinh
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    4.166666666666667

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  3. cherry_pie1994
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    12th lol

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  4. JakeV8
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    were you confused by the division? It wasn't obvious what your problem was...

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  5. cherry_pie1994
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    yeah i don't understand remainders

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  6. JakeV8
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    are you supposed to answer with a remainder? Or a decimal?

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  7. cherry_pie1994
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    remainder

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  8. JakeV8
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    so, how many times can you multiply 6 to get close to, but under 25?

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  9. cherry_pie1994
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    4

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  10. JakeV8
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    6 x 1 = 6 6 x 2 = 12 6 x 3 = 18 6 x 4 = 24 So, you have 1 left over between 24 and 25, so you have a remainder of 1

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    oh okay

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  12. JakeV8
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    If you wanted to answer as a decimal, you could then divide that remainder by 6 also. you would get the 0.166666667 that was on the end of the calculator answer

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  13. JakeV8
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    so 25/6 is just like (24/6) + (1/6)

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    or, as a remainder, the answer would be 4 remander 1

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