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Division Mrs. Turner 4 th grade Teacher NDES
263831x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= x 2= x 2= x 2=208 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 I think I should use 8x=208 because it is the highest number I can use without going higher than 383.
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 The 208 will go under my dividend and 8 will go to the right outside of the line. 8
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 Now, I should subtract 383 minus 208. Okay, now 175 is my dividend
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 I think I should use 4x=104 because it is the highest number I can use without going higher than
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 The 104 will go under my dividend and 4 will go to the right outside of the line
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 Now, I should subtract 175 minus 104. Okay, now 71 is my dividend
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 I think I should use 2x=52 because it is the highest number I can use without going higher than
x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= 208 The 52 will go under my dividend and 2 will go to the right outside of the line
Now, I should subtract 71 minus 52. Okay, now 19 is my dividend x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x=
Hey! There aren’t any multiples that are less than or equal to 19. Now I can find my answer x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x=
Okay, I had 19 leftover. That is less than my divisor 26. So… I should write my remainder as x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= r19
I should add which is 12. Then, is 14. I should write my quotient as x= 2x= 52 4x=104 8x= r1914
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