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*Originally posted by o0obruceleeo0o *

**Sorry Zakk, but there's just not many ways to explain it. Ok, you know division so you know that 10/5=2. You should also know that 10/5 doesn't have a remainder. If the remainder part is getting you, when dividing a remainder is what is left over. For example: 10/6=1 with a remainder of 4. 10/3=3 with a remainder of 1. 10/3 has a remainder of 1 because 3x3=9 and that leaves 1 left over(to make it = 10). After learning what a remainder is, please refer to my orignal post :D **

Thanks a bunch. That pretty much cleared it all up for me.