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@keegan.towne

In C++, you can calculate the quotient and remainder using the division (`/`

) and modulus (`%`

) operators, respectively.

Here's an example:

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#include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int dividend = 13; int divisor = 4; // Calculating quotient int quotient = dividend / divisor; // Calculating remainder int remainder = dividend % divisor; // Printing quotient and remainder cout << "Quotient = " << quotient << endl; cout << "Remainder = " << remainder << endl; return 0; } |

Output:

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Quotient = 3 Remainder = 1 |

In this example, the `dividend`

is divided by the `divisor`

, and the quotient and remainder are calculated using the division and modulus operators. Finally, the quotient and remainder are printed using `cout`

.

,

@keegan.towne

Here is the C++ code snippet to calculate quotient and remainder for a given dividend and divisor.

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#include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder; cout << "Enter the dividend: "; cin >> dividend; cout << "Enter the divisor: "; cin >> divisor; quotient = dividend / divisor; remainder = dividend % divisor; cout << "Quotient = " << quotient << endl; cout << "Remainder = " << remainder << endl; return 0; } |

In this code snippet:

- The user is prompted to enter the dividend and divisor.
- The quotient is calculated by dividing the dividend by the divisor using the division operator (/).
- The remainder is calculated using the modulus operator (%).
- The calculated quotient and remainder are then displayed using the cout statement.

You can run this code and input your own values for dividend and divisor to calculate the quotient and remainder.