Q: remainder とはどういう意味ですか?
A: What's left of something.
Q: remainder とはどういう意味ですか?
A: the remaining portion or whatever's left over


Q: remainder を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: In the divsion equation, the remainder is 12.
You use the remainder to create the fraction.


Q: remainder と remnant はどう違いますか?
A: Remainder is pretty much just straight forward "what's leftover"
Like "when you're done eating, put the remainder back in the fridge"

Remnant has this feeling of something that's been nearly destroyed or is severely reduced from some better or greater state it used to be in
For example, "After the world ended, the remnant of humanity struggled to continue" or "the fire left only a remnant of the building"
Q: remainder と difference in math(subtraction) はどう違いますか?
A: Either could work but I think it’s a more natural way if you say difference.
Q: for the remainder of the conversation. と for the rest of the conversation. はどう違いますか?
A: There is no noticeable difference, remainder is more of an advance word than rest.
Q: remainder と last(noun) はどう違いますか?
A: "Remainder" implies multiple in some cases and "last" is one


Q: What does "remainders" in this context mean?

A: I just like even numbers

B: Because they're symmetrical?
I broadly agree. Thats why i like 6
I like 6 cos i like 3 and 2

A: Yep they're symmetrical in a divisible by 2 way
I just like them for some reason and I'm glad my entire birthday has even numbers

B: But it has "remainders"

A: Yeah it's the remainder thing that's bothering for me
But also i suck at math so much
Even numbers are just kind to me
A: the leftover from dividing a number is called the remainder

7/2 = 3, remainder is 1

Q: "He didn't give me the remainder of the beer." この表現は自然ですか?
A: "He didn't give me the rest of the beer." Remainder is too formal here. Very few people drinking beer say remainder
Q: the remainder of this money funds the majority of the cost of restoring Windsor Castle which was badly DAMAGED by fire in November.

the word damage is correct or could be possible use DESTROY?
A: "Damaged" is correct. If you used "destroyed", it would imply that there was nothing left of the Castle.
If this is indeed what you mean, you can't use the word "badly" in front of it, because there are no degrees of destruction... you would just say "which was destroyed by fire".
Q: I will take 6000won and you can take the remainder 4000won. この表現は自然ですか?
A: @korean: 잘했어요~^^
Q: Their remainder time are occupied with reading books and watching TV. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "The remainder of their time is occupied with reading books and watching TV"