# Difference between revisions of "Problem Solver's Toolbox"

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## Revision as of 16:09, 22 November 2016

This will be a page for the Wisconsin Math Talent Search where we will collect simple problem solving strategies.

Modular arithmetic

When we have divide two integers, they don't always divide evenly, and there is a quotient and a remainder. For example when we divide 10 by 3 we get a remainder of 1.