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{ Division Beginning Concepts

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DO YOU REMEMBER ANY OF THESE TERMS? ? Division Dividend QuotientDivisor Can you label a division problem correctly using the terms above ?

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Dividend Quotient Divisor 24 6 4

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© 2007 M. Tallman Dividend- a number that is being divided. = 4 24 6 ÷ Dividend

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© 2007 M. Tallman Divisor- the number that is dividing the dividend. = 4 24 6 ÷ DividendDivisor - The number you divide by ( it’s doing all the work!! )

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© 2007 M. Tallman Quotient- the answer to a division problem. 4 24 6 ÷ DividendDivisorQuotient =

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© 2007 M. Tallman Dividend- a number that is be divided. 4 24 6 Dividend )

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© 2007 M. Tallman Divisor- the number that is dividing the dividend. 4 24 6 Dividend ) Divisor

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© 2007 M. Tallman Quotient- the answer to a division problem. 4 24 6 Dividend ) DivisorQuotient

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What does division mean to you? How do we use division in the real world? Thoughts to ponder….

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Division is splitting into equal parts or groups There are 3 ways to think about division: Division as the Opposite of Multiplication Division as SharingDivision as Repeated Subtraction Find 16 2. Put your multiplication facts to work. Think… What number times 2 equals 16? 2 x 8 = 16 so, 16 2 = 8. Find 16 4. Say you have 16 starburst candies and you want to share them with 4 if your friends. How many starbursts should each friend get? Each friend will get 4 starbursts. Find 16 8. Subtract 8 from 16. Continue to subtract 8 until you reach zero. 16 – 8 = 8 8 – 8 = 8. Now count how many times you subtracted: 2 times. So, 2 is the answer.

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Joe has 270 hockey cards to arrange in 9 boxes. Each box is to hold the same number of cards. How many cards should he place in each box?

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