We can use the **Mod Function Excel** to calculate the remainder after numbers have been divided by a divisor.

The resulting MOD **remainder in Excel** and the divisor should both carry the same sign.

*Figure 1. of Mod Function in Excel*

The **MOD Exce**l function is an in-built function which is categorized under Math/Trig Functions.

It can be utilized as an Excel worksheet (WS) function. As a WS function, we can enter the **modulo Excel** operation syntax as a component part of a cell formula in our worksheet.

**Generic Formula**

`=MOD (number, divisor)`

- Number = The numeric value for which we want to determine the remainder
- Divisor = The number which we want to use as the number divider.

**How to use the mod function Excel**

We will now demonstrate how to use the **mod formula in Excel** with the following simple steps;

- We start by arranging our number values in the appropriate worksheet columns.

*Figure 2. of Mod Data in Excel*

The number values which we want **mod Excel **to return their remainder are in column A of our worksheet example, while the dividing values are in column B.

Be sure to allocate empty cells for **mod in Excel** to return the remainder values (column C).

- The
**mod formula**we will enter into cell C2 above, to determine the**remainder Exce**l is as follows;`=MOD(A2,B2)`

*Figure 3. of Mod Function in Excel*

The **mod formula** in cell C2 automatically returns 0 as our remainder value for the number in cell A2 (25).

- Modify and copy the
**Excel mod function**in C2 down into the other cells in the “Remainder” column of our worksheet example; this is done to calculate the**remainder Excel**value for the other numbers in column A:

*Figure 4. of Mod Function in Excel*

**Note**

- We can utilize
**Excel MOD**when extracting time values from a date. **MOD formula in Excel**is mostly used in formulas dealing with “nth” values- The MOD
**remainder function Exce**l will return an error value – #DIV/0! – if our divisor is zero **MOD formula**will always return a remainder result that has the same (+/-) sign as its divisor.