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

Expressions used in program to calculate quotient and remainder: **quotient = dividend / divisor; remainder = dividend % divisor**; Note: The program will throw an ArithmeticException: / by zero when divided by 0.

## How do you calculate division in Java?

**Other ways:**

- Cast into a double: int a = 10; int b = 3; System.out.println((double)a/b);
- Multiplying an integer with a double will result in a double and therefor this will also work int a = 10; int b = 3; System.out.println(1.0*a/b);

## Which operator is used to find quotient Java?

Declare two variables. Initialize the variables. Use **the division operator** to find the quotient. Use the modulo operator to find the remainder.

## What is the quotient and 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 ).

## What is the quotient in math?

: **the number obtained by dividing one number by another Dividing 10 by 5** gives a quotient of 2.

## What is the quotient of 3 and a number?

the quotient of three and a number n translates to **3 divided by the number** n, given the quotient indicates division or a fraction.

## How do you find the quotient without actual division?

**Answer**

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- Step-by-step explanation: Given. Without actual division, find out the quotient when the sum of numbers 167, 716 and 671 is divided by(a)37(b) 111. By adding 167 + 716 + 671 = 1554. …
- So quotient is 42 when 1554 is divided by 37. Similarly for 111 we get. 14 x 1 x 111.

## What does double do in Java?

Java double is used to **represent floating-point numbers**. It uses 64 bits to store a variable value and has a range greater than float type.