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X/Y has a unknown remainder.
Both X and Y are positive integers.
X/Y = 2.625

The unknown remainder can be 5 because it is divisible by .625.


My question: Why is the unknown remainder 5 divided by .625?
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New post 25 Oct 2007, 06:11
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X/Y has a unknown remainder.
Both X and Y are positive integers.
X/Y = 2.625

The unknown remainder can be 5 because it is divisible by .625.


My question: Why is the unknown remainder 5 divided by .625?


2.625 = 2 + 625/1000 = 2 + 5/8
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New post 25 Oct 2007, 06:14
I didn't understand your question, But if you write 0.625 as 625/1000=5/8 than it is clearly seen that 5 is remainder.

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