# How to do remainder theorem

Contents

- 1 What is the formula of Remainder Theorem?
- 2 How do you find the remainder theorem of a polynomial?
- 3 How do you find the remainder theorem and factor theorem?
- 4 How do you do remainder theorem and synthetic division?
- 5 Is 10x a polynomial?
- 6 What is the quotient Remainder Theorem?
- 7 What are the quotient and remainder when − 11 is divided by 3?
- 8 What is the formula of divisor?
- 9 What are the possible remainder on dividing a number by 3?
- 10 What is the remainder of 5 divided by 3?
- 11 How do you get a remainder fast?
- 12 How do you solve 1 divided by 3?
- 13 Can 3 be divided by 2?
- 14 Is 1 divided by a is equal to 1?
- 15 What is 1/3 as a percent?
- 16 What is 1/3 as a number?
- 17 What is 2 over 3 as a percentage?
- 18 How do you get 2/3 of a number?
- 19 What is 2/3 as a fraction?
- 20 What is 2/3 as a mixed number?

## What is the formula of Remainder Theorem?

This is exactly what the

**remainder theorem**is: When a polynomial a(x) is divided by a linear polynomial b(x) whose zero is x equal to k, the**remainder**is given by r=a(k).## How do you find the remainder theorem of a polynomial?

**Remainder Theorem**in a Nutshell When the

**polynomial**P ( x ) P\left( x \right) P(x) is divided by some linear factor in the form of x − c x – c x−c, then the

**remainder**is simply the value of P ( x ) P\left( x \right) P(x) evaluated at c.

## How do you find the remainder theorem and factor theorem?

## How do you do remainder theorem and synthetic division?

## Is 10x a polynomial?

**10x**is a

**polynomial**. In particular, for an expression to be a

**polynomial**term, it must contain no square roots of variables, no fractional or negative powers on the variables, and no variables in the denominators of any fractions. That’s why

**10x**is a

**polynomial**because it obeys all the rules.

## What is the quotient Remainder Theorem?

The

**quotient remainder theorem**says: Given any integer A, and a positive integer B, there exist unique integers Q and R such that. A= B * Q + R where 0 ≤ R < B. We can see that this comes directly from long division. When we divide A by B in long division, Q is the**quotient**and R is the**remainder**.## What are the quotient and remainder when − 11 is divided by 3?

Solution: The

**quotient**when**−11 is divided by 3**is**−**4 =**−11**div**3**, and the**remainder**is 1 =**−11**mod**3**.## What is the formula of divisor?

A

**divisor**is represented in a division**equation**as: Dividend ÷**Divisor**= Quotient. Similarly, if we divide 20 by 5, we get 4. Thus, both 4 and 5 are**divisors**of 20.## What are the possible remainder on dividing a number by 3?

To find the

**remainder**of a**number divided**by**3**, add the digits of the**number**and**divide**it by**3**. So if the digits added together equal 8 then the**number**has a**remainder**of 2 since 8**divided**by**3**has a**remainder**of 2.## What is the remainder of 5 divided by 3?

Using a calculator, if you typed in

**5 divided by 3**, you’d get 1.6667. You could also express**5**/**3**as a mixed fraction: 1 2/**3**. If you look at the mixed fraction 1 2/**3**, you’ll see that the numerator is the same as the**remainder**(2), the denominator is our original divisor (**3**), and the whole number is our final answer (1).## How do you get a remainder fast?

Work the division in your calculator as normal. Once you have the answer in decimal form, subtract the whole number, then multiply the decimal value that’s left by the divisor of your original problem. The result is your

**remainder**. For example, divide 346 by 7 to arrive at 49.428571.## How do you solve 1 divided by 3?

A fraction is really a division problem.

**One**-third means**ONE divided**into THREE parts. So, to find the decimal equivalent, do the division.**1 divided by 3**= 0.33333333 etc.## Can 3 be divided by 2?

As you

**can**see, when we do this division we have a decimal of 0.5. Since the division**does**not result in a whole number, this shows us that**3**is not**divisible by 2**. Hopefully now you know exactly how to work out whether one number is**divisible**by another.## Is 1 divided by a is equal to 1?

Any number

**divided**by**1 equals**itself. This rule tells us simply that if we have a number**divided**by**1**, our answer will**equal**that number regardless of what that number is.## What is 1/3 as a percent?

Example Values

Percent |
Decimal | Fraction |
---|---|---|

33%^{1}/_{3} |
0.333 | ^{1}/_{3} |

50% | 0.5 | ^{1}/_{2} |

75% | 0.75 | ^{3}/_{4} |

80% | 0.8 | ^{4}/_{5} |

## What is 1/3 as a number?

1 Expert Answer

**1/3** = 0.33333333 with 3 keep repeating. If you want to round it to the nearest whole **number**, it is 0.

## What is 2 over 3 as a percentage?

Some common decimals and fractions

Fraction | Decimal | Percent |
---|---|---|

2/3 |
0.666? | 66.666?% |

1/4 | 0.25 | 25% |

3/4 |
0.75 | 75% |

1/5 | 0.2 | 20% |

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## How do you get 2/3 of a number?

To find

**23**of a whole**number**, you need to multiply the**number**by the numerator 2 and divide that product by the denominator 3 .## What is 2/3 as a fraction?

Decimal to fraction conversion table

Decimal | Fraction |
---|---|

0.6 | 3/5 |

0.625 | 5/8 |

0.66666667 | 2/3 |

0.7 | 7/10 |

## What is 2/3 as a mixed number?

Since

**23**is a proper**fraction**, it cannot be written as a**mixed number**.