We still have 15 leftover, and no more numbers to bring down, so we have our remainder term:

0

0

R 15

2

0

1

5

Expressing our remainder as a fraction: Remainder/Denominator, we get:

Remainder =

15

20

Our fraction portion is not reduced down completely. Using our GCF calculator, we see the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 15 and 20 is 5.

Dividing the numerator and denominator by the GCF, we get:

Numerator =

15

5

Numerator: = 3

Denominator =

20

5

Denominator: = 4 Answer in Fractional Remainder Form = 0 & 3/4

15 ÷ 20 = 0 r 15 or 0 & 3/4

Excel or Google Sheets formula:

=CONCATENATE(INT(15/20)," r ",MOD(15,20))

Final Answer

Answer = 0 r 15 or 0 & 3/4

What is the Answer?

0 r 15 or 0 & 3/4

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