Can someone please explain why 80 mod (-11) is -8…? Why isn’t it 3?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

b = aq + r

80 = (-11)q + r

80 = (-11)(-7) + 3

Thus 80 mod (-11) = 3..

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# Negative modulo question

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