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Jan Nekov´aˇr Universit´e Paris 6 – IMJ-PRG

Jan Nekov´aˇr Universit´e Paris 6 – IMJ-PRG

Division with remainder If a,b are arbitrary positive integers, we can divide b by a, in general, only with a remainder. For example, 7 lies between the following two consecutive multiples of 3: