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Let’s Divide! … a refresher on long division While you wait, make sure your sound is working. Click on: Tools>audio>audio set-up
Long division Long division is tricky! Do you agree? YESNO
Long division This is a tricky concept! What makes it so tricky?
Long division This is a tricky concept! Lining up everything
Long division This is a tricky concept! 1. Lining up everything Keeping track of numbers
Long division This is a tricky concept! 1. Lining up everything 2. Keeping track of numbers Remembering the steps
Long division This is a tricky concept! 1. Lining up the numbers 2. Keeping track of the numbers 3. Remembering the steps Choosing the numbers to use
Long division This is a tricky concept! 1. Lining up the numbers 2. Keeping track of the numbers 3. Remembering the steps 4. Choosing the numbers to use It’s call LONG division!
1. Lining up everything It is very important to keep all of your numbers lined up as you do long division. Two great ways to do this: Use graph paper Use lined paper, turned sideways
Lined paper, turned sideways
2. Keeping track of the numbers
Hard to remember steps 3. Remembering the steps DMSBDMSB Dad Mom Sister Brother Does McDonald’s Sell Big Macs? D divide M multiply S subtract B bring down
4. Choosing the number to use…
5. It takes SO-O-O LO-O-ONG ! …hmmm…what can help that?????
Long division Which one is hardest for you right now? 1. Lining up the numbers 2. Keeping track of the numbers 3. Remembering the steps 4. Choosing the numbers to use It’s call LONG division! !
Let’s try it… 3588 ÷ 6 D divide M multiply S subtract B bring down Does McDonald’s Sell Big Macs?
Let’s try it… 14,772 ÷ 12 D divide M multiply S subtract B bring down Dad Mom Sister Brother
820 ÷ 25 DMSBDMSB
3,280 ÷ 64 DMSBDMSB
Long division Nothing will help you get faster and better at it… more than… PRACTICE!!!
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