# How do you find the quotient and remainder in C?

Table of Contents

- 1 How do you find the quotient and remainder in C?
- 2 How do you find the quotient and remainder without actual division in C?
- 3 What is quotient & remainder?
- 4 How do you find the quotient when given the remainder?
- 5 How to find the quotient and remainder of two numbers in C?
- 6 How to read dividend and divisor in C program?

## How do you find the quotient and remainder in C?

printf(“Enter dividend: “); scanf(“\%d”, ÷nd); printf(“Enter divisor: “); scanf(“\%d”, &divisor); Then the quotient is evaluated using / (the division operator), and stored in quotient . quotient = dividend / divisor; Similarly, the remainder is evaluated using \% (the modulo operator) and stored in remainder .

## How do you find the quotient and remainder without actual division in C?

- #include #include
- int divide(int x, int y) {
- printf(“Error!! Divisible by 0”); exit(-1);
- if (x * y < 0) { sign = -1;
- x = abs(x), y = abs(y); // initialize quotient by 0.
- // loop till dividend `x` becomes less than divisor `y` while (x >= y)
- } printf(“The remainder is \%d\n”, x);
- } int main(void)

**Which command is used to find out the quotient of two numbers?**

The quotient in the division can be found by the formula, Dividend ÷ Divisor = Quotient. Let us understand this by a simple example of 12÷ 4 = 3. Here 12 is the dividend, 4 is the divisor, and 3 is the quotient.

**How does remainder work in C?**

The modulo operator in C will give the remainder that is left over when one number is divided by another. For example, 23 \% 4 will result in 3 since 23 is not evenly divisible by 4, and a remainder of 3 is left over.

### What is quotient & remainder?

The number of times we have subtracted is called the quotient (of the division of by ) The number that is leftover from after subtracting as often as possible is called the remainder (of the division of by ).

### How do you find the quotient when given the remainder?

When the remainder is 0, Divisor = Dividend ÷ Quotient, whereas, when the remainder is non-zero, Divisor = (Dividend – Remainder)/Quotient. The quotient can become a divisor and a divisor can become a quotient. For example 10 ÷ 5 = 2 or 10 ÷ 2 = 5 ( 5 and 2 are the quotient and divisor in different situations.)

**How do you find the question and remainder without actual division?**

Always find out the addition of the odd and even numbers. The difference when divided by the given digit in the question will give a remainder which will be your answer and if the number is completely divisible by 11 then the remainder will be Zero.

**When a number is divided by itself the quotient is?**

1

What is the quotient when you divide a number by itself? Dividing any number (except 0) by itself produces a quotient of 1. Also, any number divided by 1 produces a quotient of the number. These two ideas are stated in the Division Properties of One.

## How to find the quotient and remainder of two numbers in C?

This program will read dividend and divisor and find the quotient and remainder of two numbers in c language. How to get quotient and remainder? Binary operator divide ( /) returns the quotient, let suppose if dividend is 10 and divisor is 3, then quotient will be 3.

## How to read dividend and divisor in C program?

Binary operator divide ( /) returns the quotient, let suppose if dividend is 10 and divisor is 3, then quotient will be 3. Binary operator modulus ( \%) returns the remainder, let suppose if dividend is 10 and divisor is 3, then remainder will be 1. In this c program, we will read dividend and divisor and find the quotient, remainder.

**What is the remainder of 15 divided by 7?**

For Example: If 15 is divided by 7, then 2 is the quotient and 1 is the remainder. Here, 15 is the dividend and 7 is the divisor. A program to find quotient and remainder is as follows: In the above program, the quotient is obtained by dividing the dividend by the divisor.

**What is the relationship between dividend quotient and remainder?**

In division, we will see the relationship between the dividend, divisor, quotient, and remainder. The number which we divide is called the dividend. The number by which we divide is called the divisor. The result obtained is called the quotient. The number left over is called the remainder.