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# When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and reminder is V. which of

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When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and reminder is V. which of the following expression is equal to N?

A. ST
B. S + V
C. ST + V
D. T(S + V)
E. T(S-V)
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25 Oct 2010, 07:55
vanidhar wrote:
When N is devided by T, the quotient is S and reminder is V. which of the following expression is equal to N?

ST
S + V
ST + V
T(S + V)
T(S-V)

Positive integer $$a$$ divided by positive integer $$d$$ yields a reminder of $$r$$ can always be expressed as $$a=qd+r$$, where $$q$$ is called a quotient and $$r$$ is called a remainder, note here that $$0\leq{r}<d$$ (remainder is non-negative integer and always less than divisor).

So we are given that: $$n=st+v$$.

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16 Mar 2016, 12:03
When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and the remainder is V. Which of the following expressions is equal to N?

A) ST
B) S + V
C) ST + V
D) T(S+V)
E) T(S – V)
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16 Mar 2016, 23:45
Using the rule dividend = Quotient * divisor + remainder => C is correct
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17 Mar 2016, 22:52
(n-v)/t = s
n-v = ts
n = ts +v

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12 Aug 2019, 11:52
vanidhar wrote:
When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and reminder is V. which of the following expression is equal to N?

A. ST
B. S + V
C. ST + V
D. T(S + V)
E. T(S-V)

We can create the expression:

N/T= S + V/T

Multiplying by T, we have:

N = ST + V

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