# Remainder Calculator

Use this *remainder calculator* if you want to figure out the quotient and remainder of a given dividend and divisor. Say you want to divide 25 (dividend) by 7 (divisor), the answer would be 3.57 (quotient). However, in long division, the quotient would be 3 with the remainder of 4. Use this calculator if you want to get the quotient and remainder when you perform any divisions of integer numbers.

## How to Use The Remainder Calculator

The *remainder calculator* is written on this format: dividend ÷ devisor = quotient r remainder. The *R* letter stands for remainder value.

Just like doing usual division, you just need to enter the *dividend* on first input field before the divide ➗ sign the followed by the *divisor* on the second input field. By clicking the *Calculate* button, the Quotient after the equals sign will be displayed followed by the remainder, if there's any.

Here's a step by step guide on how to use the Remainder Calculator:

- 1. Enter the
*dividend*, it is the first input field. So for example, you want to to divide 25 by 7, enter 25 on this field. - 2. Enter the
*divisor*on the second input field right after the divide sign. Following the example on step 1, enter 7 on this field. - 3. Click on the
*Calculate*button to get the*Quotient*and*Remainder*if there's any result for the calculation. Otherwise, the remainder stays empty.

You can change values on *Divisor* and *Dividend* and do the same procedure to calculate other quotient and remainder values.

## Remainder Calculator Tutorial

Though the exact process is not being displayed in here, things are setup properly behind the scenes which derives the precise results. A written instruction above discussed about the step by step usage of this calculator. However, you can also watch this screencast for more clarity.

See also: 🔢 Decimal to Fraction Calculator