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Lesson 5-4 Example Find 19 ÷ 3. Show the remainder. Step 1Rewrite the problem in vertical format.
Lesson 5-4 Example Find 19 ÷ 3. Show the remainder. Step 2Look at the first digit in the dividend. Since the divisor is greater than the first digit, look at the first two digits.
Lesson 5-4 Example Find 19 ÷ 3. Show the remainder. Step 3What number multiplied by 3 is equal to or less than 19? Multiply 3 × 6. Write the answer under the dividend. 6 – 18 1
Lesson 5-4 Example Find 19 ÷ 3. Show the remainder. Step 4There are no more digits. Write the quotient. 19 ÷ 3 = 6 R1 6 – 18 1 R1
Lesson 5-4 Example Find 19 ÷ 3. Show the remainder. Step 5Check your answer. 3 × 6= = 19
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