# quotient and remainder calculator

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The calculator allows to find online the quotient and the remainder in the euclidean division of two polynomials or two integers.

### Quotient and remainder calculator

The calculator allows to find online the quotient and the remainder in the euclidean division of two polynomials or two integers.

# Quotient and Remainder Calculator

The calculator allows to do the euclidean division of polynomials online and the euclidean division of two integers online.

## Euclidean division of two polynomials

A and B are two polynomials, to do euclidean division of A by B returns to find polynomials Q and R such that A=BQ+R with degree R< degree B. If R=0, we say that B divides A. This is sometimes called division shall descending powers.

To perform the quotient and remainder calculator with the calculator, simply enter polynomials and to apply the euclidean_division function. Thus, for the quotient and remainder calculator of polynomials such as the following : 1+x+x^2 et x, enter euclidean_division(x^2+x+1;x) or directly x^2+x+1;x, if the button euclidean_division already appears, the result {x^2+x+1=x*(1+x)+1} is returned. The quotient of the Euclidian division is 1+x and the remainder is equal to 1.

## Euclidean division of two integers

a and b are two integers, to do euclidean division of a by b returns to find integers q et r such that a = bq+r with r < b. If r = 0, we say that b divides a.

To perform the quotient and remainder calculator with the calculator, simply enter the two integers and apply it to function euclidean_division. Thus, for the quotient and remainder calculator of two integers such as the following : 19 et 3, you must enter euclidean_division(19;3) or directly 19;3, if the euclidean_division already appears, the result {19=3*6+1} is returned. The quotient is equal to 6 and the remainder of the euclidean division is 1.

#### Syntax :

• For polynomials divisions
• euclidean_division(polynomial;polynomial)
• or
• euclidean_division(polynomial/polynomial)
• For integers divisions
• euclidean_division(integer;integer)
• or
• euclidean_division(integer/integer)