Parts of a Division Problem?


There are four main parts to a division problem. The first is the quotient. The quotient is the answer. The next part is the divisor. The divisor is the number on the outside of the dog house that you will use to put into the larger number. The larger number, inside the dog house is called the dividend. The final part is the remainder. The remainder is the number left after the divisor has gone into the dividend as many times as it can.
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the parts of division problem are : dividend , divisor , quotient and remainder . where : dividend = quotient * divisor + remainder.
Write large number in half rectangle. Write small number outside half rectangle. Ask how many of the small number will go into the numbers single out in the rectangle and solve.
Dividend (number being divided up into groups), Divisor (how many groups the dividend is
1. Round the divisor and dividend up or down to make challenging problems more manageable. For example, in the problem 43,879/2,847, if you round the dividend up to 44,000 and the
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