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Division by One Digit Divisors. Allegra James and Larry Wershbale Media Design and Production ISTC 665. Dividing these 16 apples into 4 equal groups, gives you 4 groups that have 4 apples in each of the groups:                .
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Division by One Digit Divisors Allegra James and Larry Wershbale Media Design and Production ISTC 665

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Dividing these 16 apples into 4 measure up to gatherings, gives you 4 bunches that have 4 apples in each of the gatherings:   When you partition , you are attempting to part something into similarly numbered bunches Take these 16 apples:  What are you doing when you isolate?

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Division by One-digit Divisors Today you will figure out how to separate a three-digit profit by a one-digit divisor , to get a remainder without a leftover portion Let\'s survey these terms

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What are the parts of a division issue? The profit is the number you are partitioning The divisor is the number you are isolating by The remainder is the uniformly separated result The rest of what is left over that can\'t be equally separated

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136 is the profit 27 is the remainder 5 is the divisor 1 is the rest of we compose the issue this way: 136  5 = 27 r 1

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1 is the rest of 1 27 5, the divisor , moves to here 27, the remainder , remains here 5 136, the profit , moves here When composing it like this:

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Solving a division issue is an orderly procedure The strategy we will learn today is based the words for the general population in our families. They are: How would you take care of a division issue? Father Mother Sister Brother

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Father = Find The "Family" Method Mother = Multiply Sister = Subtract Brother = Bring Down

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Father F ather remains for discover Start by taking a gander at the main number in the profit Find the different of the divisor that comes nearest to that number, without going higher Use your insight into math actualities, or an increase framework

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2 3 7 11 F ather = locate the number storage room to the primary digit 2 6 In the 3\'s, the number nearest to 7, yet not more than 7 , is 6 The other component is 2 Put a 2 over the 7

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2 6 3 7 11 M other = duplicate the number that is the element that you discovered times the divisor You discovered 2 , duplicate it times the divisor , 3 2 times 3 breaks even with 6 2 X 3 = 6 Put a 6 under the 7

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2 6 3 7 11 S ister = subtract the number you got by duplicating the divisor, from the number in the profit You got a 6 when you duplicated Subtract 6 from 7 – 1 7 – 6 = 1 The distinction must be littler than the divisor!!!

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2 6 3 7 11 – 1 B rother = cut down the following number, from the number in the profit 1 Bring down the following number in the profit 1 The new number you have is 11 Now begin once again with Father for the ten\'s

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2 1 6 3 7 11 – 1 – 1 Now, how about we do the second step 3 Father : 9 is the nearest various, the other component you found is 3 Mother : 3 X 3 = 9 , put a 9 under the 11 9 Sister : subtract 9 from 11 - 9 = 2 1 2 Brother : cut down the 1

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3 2 1 6 3 711 – 1 – 9 1 2 Now, we should do the last stride 7 Father : 21 is the nearest different, the other element is 7 Mother : 7 X 3 = 21 , put 21 under the 21 Sister : subtract 21 from 21 - 21 = 0 21 Brother : nothing\'s left, you\'re finished! 0

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– 4 864 Now, how about we rehearse! 2 Father 6 4 8 Mother 0 6 Sister Brother

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2 6 8 4 86 4 – 0 – 6 Now, we should do the second step 1 Father 4 Mother 4 Sister 4 2 Brother

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1 2 6 8 4 864 – 0 – 4 6 4 2 Now, how about we do the last stride 6 Father Mother Sister 24 Brother 0

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What do I do with division now? Complete whatever remains of the worksheet Homework : probs. 1-10, p. 64 in content Go to this symbol on the class\' PCs for additional practice on the off chance that you have leisure time Look for similar symbol on the class\' site for practice at home

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