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Dividing Decimals

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Jefferson Elementary 5th Grade Math Students

Jefferson Elementary 5th Grade Math Students

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Dividing Decimals
    • Step 1-Write 5 and 0.5 as fractions.
    • Example-5=5/1
    • 0.5=5/10=1/2
  • 3. Dividing Decimals
    • Step 2- Model 5 wholes.
    • Example-
    • 5
  • 4. Dividing Decimals
    • Step 3-Separate the 5 wholes into halves Example-
  • 5. Dividing Decimals
    • Step 4-Think about what you are asked to find. Example-How many 0.5s are in 5?
    • How many 1/2s are in 5?
  • 6. Dividing Decimals
    • Step 5-Count to find the number of 1/2s in 5?
    • Write a multiplication sentence that shows the answer to 5 ½.
    • Example-5 1/2=5 2 10
  • 7. Dividing Decimals
    • Solve the problems.
    • 1. 6 0.5= 2. 4 0.4= 3. 2 0.4=
    • 4. 10 0.25= 5. 9 0.2=
  • 8. Answers
    • 1. 12
    • 2. 10
    • 3. 5
    • 4. 40
    • 5. 45
  • 9. Problems
    • 1. 5 0.2= 2. 4 0.8=
    • 3. 4 0.5= 4. 3 0.6=
  • 10. Answers
    • 25
    • 5
    • 8
    • 5
  • 11.  

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