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# When N is divided by T , the quotient is S and the remainder

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09 May 2008, 15:02
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When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and the remainder 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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09 May 2008, 15:26
N/T=SRV

S*T/T=S

V/T is the remainder by definition

C

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09 May 2008, 18:16
RyanDe680 wrote:
When N is divided by T, the quotient is S and the remainder 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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It is "C". N = ST+V. Since I had a couple of extra minutes tonight, I am going to demonstrate the solution using a numeric example. Assuming the following values N=19, T=6, you can write the equation as 19/6=3+1 where 3 and 1 are the quotient and remainder. So, if we are to find N, the equation becomes 19=3*6+1 ==> N=ST+1

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10 May 2008, 09:27
N - ST = V
> N = V + ST

Ans: C
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