# Difference between revisions of "Mod Command"

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; Mod[Integer a, Integer b]: Yields the remainder when integer ''a'' is divided by integer ''b''. | ; Mod[Integer a, Integer b]: Yields the remainder when integer ''a'' is divided by integer ''b''. | ||

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; Mod[Polynomial, Polynomial]: Yields the remainder when the first entered polynomial is divided by the second polynomial. | ; Mod[Polynomial, Polynomial]: Yields the remainder when the first entered polynomial is divided by the second polynomial. | ||

==CAS Syntax== | ==CAS Syntax== | ||

+ | ; Mod[Integer a, Integer b]: Yields the remainder when integer ''a'' is divided by integer ''b''. | ||

+ | ; Mod[Polynomial, Polynomial]: Yields the remainder when the first entered polynomial is divided by the second polynomial. | ||

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+ | {{example|1=<code>Mod[9,4]</code> yields ''1''. <code>Mod[x^3+x^2+x+6,x^2-3]</code> yields ''9x+4''.}} |

## Revision as of 13:43, 8 August 2011

- Mod[Integer a, Integer b]
- Yields the remainder when integer
*a*is divided by integer*b*. - Mod[Polynomial, Polynomial]
- Yields the remainder when the first entered polynomial is divided by the second polynomial.

## CAS Syntax

- Mod[Integer a, Integer b]
- Yields the remainder when integer
*a*is divided by integer*b*. - Mod[Polynomial, Polynomial]
- Yields the remainder when the first entered polynomial is divided by the second polynomial.

**Example:**

`Mod[9,4]`

yields *1*.

`Mod[x^3+x^2+x+6,x^2-3]`

yields *9x+4*.