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**werepurple** I haven't found an answer to that question, and certainly not sure if there is one. lol, I had nothing to do, so I was playing with my calculator, then I thought, "how do I find the remainder of a quotient using a calculator?".

I'm not really good in mathematics, and the question might be flawed, so if you were to find any fault in it, please correct it along with the answer.

Let a = b/c = d + R/c , where a, b, c, & R(remainder) are constants; b > c & R < c

Express R and d in terms of a, b, and c.

Thank you!!