EXCEL FUNCTION – MOD

EXCEL FUNCTION – MOD

How to use “MOD” function in Excel

MOD function is used to get the remainder of number that is divided by divisor.

MOD Function has two required arguments i.e. number and divisor.

Syntax:
=MOD(number,divisor)
Syntax Description:

number argument is the used to give the number/cell reference of which you want remainder

divisor argument is used to give number/cell reference from which number should be divided

Example 1: MOD function with various cases

Here, we have sample database and want to get the remainder:

  • “Column A” shows number argument value/cell reference, of which you want remainder
  • “Column B” shows the divisor argument value/cell reference
  • “Column C” shows the sample formula applied,
  • “Column D” shows the output of the function and,
  • Explanation is provided in “Columns E”
MOD Function
Things to Remember:

– If divisor is 0, Output returns “#DIV/0!” error

– Output value sign would be same as divisor

Hope you learnt this Function,

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