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Dividing 3 to 4 Digit Numbers by 1 to 2 Digit Numbers without Remainder

Long Division Method: Triple to Four Digit Numbers divided by Single to Double Digit Numbers

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Division 4thGrade K-12



What you will learn

  • Learn on how to divide 3 - 4 digit numbers by 1 - 2 digit numbers without remainder.
  • Learn on how to answer division equation in a long division method.
  • Students will be able to know the step by step process on long division method.
  • Recognize the divisor, dividend and the quotient.
  • Learn how many times one number is contained in another.

Course Content

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Dividing 3 to 4 Digit Numbers by 1 to 2 Digit Numbers without Remainder
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Dividing 3 to 4 Digit Numbers by 1 to 2 Digit Numbers without Remainder
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Requirements

  • Prior knowledge with division, multiplication, addition and subtraction, Laptop or mobile phone, Paper and pen for solving

Description

This is a typical long division problem for 4th grade. This video shows a solution using the standard long division algorithm. Always remember to “divide,” “multiply,” “subtract,” and “bring down.” Keep your place value columns straight. These lessons help 4th grade students learn about division: how to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. This can be done by long division. Division is the process of finding out how many times one number is contained in another. In this lesson you will learn about dividing 3- to 4-digit numbers by 1- to 2-digit numbers without and with remainder. You will also be taught how to answer division equations through problem solving. So what are you waiting for, enroll in this course to learn more about division.

 

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About the Instructor

Ryan Harvy Quindoza has a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education with the specialization in Social Sciences. He is currently a college instructor at one of the most prominent colleges in their region.