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I am not very sure on how you generated the statements ?Please explain.

See, there is formula :
\[Dividend = Divisor \times Quotient + Remainder\]

and *remainder as 0..

Ok then how is the Q(x) p and q

I have assumed them as p and q in that two cases because we don't know them..

@waterineyes what you given is true but there is two eqns and 3 unknowns...
am I wrong?

when 6,,,...remainder should be 0 !!!!!

tamtoan got the correct way..

i have options so we can put them and check ?

Sure..

yep....

*leave

0,1,2,3

^ options ?

Now you guys have pretty confused me lol

@waterineyes Now tell me the math behind this :(

Are you still not able to find the correct choice??

followed by tamtoan's first response

Well the answer is 0 but i could not understand the math behind it :(

Till here you got :
\[n = 12q + 6\]

yes

Now can you factor out 6 from that ??

no.

how to do that ?

By using distributive property??

\[ab + ac = a(b+c)\]

n=6(2q+1)

Yep.
Now if I say that \(n = 3\times 4\) then it means that 3 and 4 are the factors of n..
Okay??

ok

so here the factors are 6 and 2q+1

Good going..

more..

It means that factors of any number will divide it fully leaving No Remainder..
It is obvious hba..

More ??

gotcha:D

So, 6/n=0 and 6/2q+1 = 0

what next ?

You have to find remainder no??

That you have found I think...
Why do you want to go next in this??

Sorry, remainder of n/6 will be 0..
And not 6/n..

Net got crushed??

Sorry some issue with my internet connection,So the answer is 0 @waterineyes

Yes it is...