# Module 2 Lesson 20 Divide two- and three-digit dividends by two-digit divisors with single-digit quotients and make connections to a written method.

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Module 2 Lesson 20 Divide two- and three-digit dividends by two-digit divisors with single-digit quotients and make connections to a written method.

Common Core Standards 5.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two- digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.

Learning Targets I can Divide two- and three-digit dividends by two-digit divisors with single-digit quotients and make connections to a written method.

On your whiteboards, skip count by:
Activate Knowledge On your whiteboards, skip count by: 21

Activate Knowledge Correct your work 21

Activate Knowledge Skip count again 21

On your whiteboards, skip count by:
Activate Knowledge On your whiteboards, skip count by: 43

Activate Knowledge Correct your work 43

Activate Knowledge Skip count again 43

Round the divisor to the nearest 10
Activate Knowledge Round the divisor to the nearest 10 607 ÷ 19

Name the multiple of 20 that’s closest to 607
Activate Knowledge Name the multiple of 20 that’s closest to 607 607 ÷ 19 607 ÷ 20

Below 600 ÷ 20, write the answer
Activate Knowledge Below 600 ÷ 20, write the answer 607 ÷ 19 607 ÷ 20 607 ÷ 19 ≈ 600 ÷ 20

Round the divisor to the nearest 10
Activate Knowledge Round the divisor to the nearest 10 123 ÷ 24

Name the multiple of 20 that’s closest to 123
Activate Knowledge Name the multiple of 20 that’s closest to 123 123 ÷ 24 123 ÷ 20

Below 120 ÷ 20, write the answer
Activate Knowledge Below 120 ÷ 20, write the answer 123 ÷ 24 123 ÷ 20 123 ÷ 24 ≈ 120 ÷ 20

Round the divisor to the nearest 10
Activate Knowledge Round the divisor to the nearest 10 891 ÷ 96

Name the multiple of 100 that’s closest to 891
Activate Knowledge Name the multiple of 100 that’s closest to 891 891 ÷ 96 891 ÷ 100

Below 900 ÷ 100, write the answer
Activate Knowledge Below 900 ÷ 100, write the answer 891 ÷ 96 891 ÷ 100 891 ÷ 96 ≈ 900 ÷ 100

Round the divisor to the nearest 10
Activate Knowledge Round the divisor to the nearest 10 5,482 ÷ 62

Name the multiple of 60 that’s closest to 5,482
Activate Knowledge Name the multiple of 60 that’s closest to 5,482 5,482 ÷ 62 5,482 ÷ 60

Below 5,400 ÷ 60, write the answer
Activate Knowledge Below 5,400 ÷ 60, write the answer 5,482 ÷ 62 5,482 ÷ 60 5,482 ÷ 60 ≈ 5,400 ÷ 60

Activate Knowledge Solve using standard algorithm. Check answer by multiplying and Adding 73 ÷ 50

Activate Knowledge Solve using standard algorithm. Check answer by multiplying and Adding 70 ÷ 30

Activate Knowledge Solve using standard algorithm. Check answer by multiplying and Adding 157 ÷ 30

Activate Knowledge Solve using standard algorithm. Check answer by multiplying and Adding 432 ÷ 70

Activate Knowledge Billy has 2.4 m of ribbon for crafts. He wants to share it evenly with 12 friends. How many centimeters of ribbon would 7 friends get?

Learn What is the whole? 72 ÷ 21 Problem 1

What multiple of 20 would make division easy?
Learn What multiple of 20 would make division easy? 72 ÷ 21 Problem 1

Learn Solve 72 ÷ 21 Problem 1

Learn Check 72 ÷ 21 Problem 1

Round the divisor. Find a multiple of the divisor that makes the division easy. Estimate the quotient. Solve using the standard algorithm. Check the answer Teamwork 94 ÷ 43 Problem 2

Find a multiple of 20 that would make solving this problem easy
Learn Find a multiple of 20 that would make solving this problem easy 84 ÷ 23 Problem 3

✔ 57 ÷ 29 Check Understanding
Round the divisor. Find a multiple of the divisor that makes the division easy. Estimate the quotient. Solve using the standard algorithm. Check the answer 57 ÷ 29 Problem 4

Practice Mixed Problems 7 11/8 = 8 3/8

Review 3.65

✔ Learn Review Practice Activate Knowledge Check Understanding
Learning Targets Teamwork

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