1.
N.FL.04.11 Divide numbers up to four-
digits by one-digit numbers and by 10
N.MR.04.13 Use the relationship between
multiplication and division to simplify
computations and check results.
2.
4th grade students will divide a three or
four digit number by a one digit number
with and without remainders.
Students will use the members of the
family to relate, understand, and
complete the steps of a division
problem.
3.
Division
15 5
>Breaking something up into equal groups
÷ 3 =
4.
Four Symbols for Division
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÷15 3
/15 3
3
15
5.
Dividend
› The number being divided in a division problem
Quotient
› The answer of a division problem
Divisor
› The number one divides with in a division problem
Remainder
› The amount left over when a dividend is
not divided equally by a divisor
6.
)
8
Put the first number of the quotient
directly above the number in the
dividend that was divisible by the divisor
Dad
How many times does the
go into thedivisor dividend
175
7.
Mom
2)175
8
2
X8
16
Multiply the and
the 1st number in quotient
Write that below the
dividend where you are dividing.
8.
Sister
2)175
8
-16
Subtract and write
the answer below. 1
2
x 8
16
9.
Brother
2)175
8
-16
15 Bring down the next
number in dividend
10.
Rover
Repeat the multiplication
and subtraction until it
divides equally or has a
Remainder
2)175
8
-16
15
-14
7
1
R1
2
x 8
16
2
x 7
14
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