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Multi-Step Division

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Step 1: Divide 1 22346 Begin by dividing 2 2 and write your answer (1) above the number you divided.

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Next multiply the quotient and the divisor (1 x 2) and write your answer (2) under the first number you divided. 1 22346 2 Step 2: Multiply

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Step 3: Subtract Then, subtract your product from your divisor (2 – 2). Write your answer (0) under the numbers you subtracted. 1 22346 -2 0

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Step 4: Bring Down Bring down the next number to be divided (3). 1 22346 -2 03

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Continue with your steps.

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Divide 11 22346 -2 03 3 2 = 1

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Multiply 11 22346 -2 03 2 1 x 2 = 2

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Subtract 11 22346 -2 03 -2 1 3 – 2 = 1

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Bring Down 11 22346 -2 03 -2 14 4

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Divide 14 2 = 7 117 22346 -2 03 -2 14

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Multiply 7 x 2 = 14 117 22346 -2 03 -2 14 14

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Subtract 14 – 14 = 0 117 22346 -2 03 -2 14 -14 00

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Bring Down 6 117 22346 -2 03 -2 14 -14 006

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Divide 6 2 = 3 1173 22346 -2 03 -2 14 -14 006

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Multiply 3 x 2 = 6 1173 22346 -2 03 -2 14 -14 006 6

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Subtract 6 - 6 = 0 1173 22346 -2 03 -2 14 -14 006 -6 0

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Notes If you have finished dividing all of the digits in your dividend, and your final subtraction answer is 0 you are finished and may check your work. If you have finished dividing all of the digits in your dividend, and your final subtraction answer is a number other than 0, but less than your divisor, write this answer as a remainder by writing a capital R next to your quotient and then the final subtraction answer. You are finished and may check your work. If you have finished dividing all of the digits in your dividend, and your final subtraction answer is a number greater than your divisor you need to check over your work very carefully. Having a remainder greater than your divisor means there is another group or groups of that number.

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