,

@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`

.