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# Estimate Quotients

## by Brooke Young, Teacher at Las Flores Elementary School on Nov 25, 2008

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Learn how to estimate quotients!

Learn how to estimate quotients!

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## Estimate QuotientsPresentation Transcript

• Estimate Quotients Mrs. Young EMC 1 Division
• Objective To estimate quotients
• Estimate the quotient for 4,210 ÷ 6
• -What is a quotient??
• That’s right! The answer to a division problem!
• Step 1 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 4,210 ÷ 6
• -First we need to find numbers that are compatible
• This means that we need to see if there are any basic division facts that we can solve easily.
• And there is!
• 42 ÷ 6 = 7
• Step 2 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 4,210 ÷ 6
• 42 ÷ 6 = 7
6 )4 2 1 0 7 0 0 Now all that we do is place the 7 above the 2, and everything else becomes a zero in the answer.
• Step 1 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 635 ÷ 8
• -First we need to find numbers that are compatible
• This means that we need to see if there are any basic division facts that we can solve easily.
• And there is!
• 64 ÷ 8 = 8
• Step 2 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 635 ÷ 8
• 64 ÷ 8 = 8
8 ) 6 3 5 Now all that we do is place the 8 above the 3, and everything else becomes a zero in the answer. 8 0
• Step 1 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 369 ÷ 7
• -First we need to find numbers that are compatible
• This means that we need to see if there are any basic division facts that we can solve easily.
• And there is!
• 35 ÷ 7 = 5
• Step 2 to estimate quotients:
• Estimate the quotient for 369 ÷ 7
• 35 ÷ 7 = 5
7 ) 3 6 9 Now all that we do is place the 5 above the 6, and everything else becomes a zero in the answer. 5 0