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GMAT Data Sufficiency Strategies - Part I## how do you have a remainder

## Good question! We might say

Good question! We might say that 6 divided by 2 equals 3 with no remainder. However, if we want to assign a numeric value to the remainder, we'd have to say the remainder is zero.

Likewise, if you went to the grocery and didn't buy any apples, then (if we were trying to quantify your various purchases), we could also say that you purchased zero apples.

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