Difference between revisions of "Division Command"

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:Returns the quotient (integer part of the result) and the remainder of the division of the two numbers.
 
:Returns the quotient (integer part of the result) and the remainder of the division of the two numbers.

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Division[ <Dividend Number>, <Divisor Number> ]
Returns the quotient (integer part of the result) and the remainder of the division of the two numbers.
Example:
Division[16, 3] yields {5, 1}.
Division[ <Dividend Polynomial>, <Divisor Polynomial> ]
Returns the quotient and the remainder of the division of the two polynomials.
Example:
Division[x^2 + 3 x + 1, x - 1] yields {x + 4, 5}.
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