Posted by **Brianna** on Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 3:10pm.

When you divide, how do you turn the remainder into a fraction?

Put the remainder over the divisor.

If you were dividing 13 by 3 you'd have 4 (1/3). In this example 3 is the divisor.

You don't need to use the parentheses on paper, I used them here so there's no confusion.

oh ok! thank you so much! that really helped me! :)

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