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© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day 2 Objective: Use a written method to divide whole numbers by single-digit numbers including those which leave a remainder.
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day 2 ? x 6 = x 6 = x 6 = 36 1 this is the remainder. So, 97 ÷ 6 = 16 remainder 1 = ÷ 6 1 ___ 6
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day 2 97 ÷ 6 Can we record this more efficiently? , r1 = 16 r1 or 16 1 / 6 6 )
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day ÷ , r4 = 14 r4 or 14 4 / 8 8 ) = 14 1 / 2 = 14.5
© Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day ÷ 4 Have a go at these two with a partner. Do you agree on the remainder - as a fraction and as a decimal? 196 ÷ 5
Choose to solve any 6 of these calculations: © Hamilton Trust Keeping Up Term 2 Week 10 Day 2 94 ÷ 4 55 ÷ 4 87 ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ 8
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