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Published on June 15, 2007

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Long DivisionWith Zero in the Dividend:  Long Division With Zero in the Dividend by Monica Yuskaitis Long DivisionWith Zero in the Dividend:  Long Division With Zero in the Dividend Long division is as simple as memorizing the people in this family. Dad Mom Sister Brother Rover Long DivisionWith Zero in the Dividend:  Long Division With Zero in the Dividend Each person represents a step in the long division process. Dad Mom Sister Brother Rover 1. Divide 2. Multiply 3. Subtract 4. Bring down 5. Repeat or Remainder Step 1 in Long Division:  Step 1 in Long Division Divide 2 into first number in the dividend. 2 ) 8 0 7 Think how many 2’s will fit into 8. 4 How many 2’s will go into 8? Write that number directly above the number you divided into. Dad 1. Divide Step 2 in Long Division:  Step 2 in Long Division Multiply the divisor times the first number in the quotient. 2 ) 8 0 7 Write your answer directly under the 8 or the number you just divided into. 4 2 x 4 = 8 2. Multiply Mom 8 Step 3 in Long Division:  Step 3 in Long Division Draw a line under the 8. 2 ) 8 0 7 Write a subtraction sign next to the 8. 4 3. Subtract 8 Sister Subtract 8 from 8. Write your answer directly below the 8. 0 Step 4 in Long Division:  Step 4 in Long Division Go to the next number in the dividend to the right of the 8. 2 ) 8 0 7 Write an arrow under the 0. 4 4. Bring down 8 Bring the 0 down next to the 0. 0 Brother 0 Step 5 in Long Division:  Step 5 in Long Division This is where you decide whether you repeat the 5 steps of division. 2 ) 8 0 7 If your divisor can divide into your new number, 00, or if you have numbers in the dividend that have not been brought down, you repeat the 5 steps of division. 4 5. Repeat or Remainder 8 0 0 Rover Step 1 in Long Division:  Step 1 in Long Division Divide 2 into your new number, 00. 2 ) 8 0 7 Place your answer directly above the 0 in your quotient. 4 1. Divide 8 0 0 Dad 0 Step 2 in Long Division:  Step 2 in Long Division Multiply your divisor, 2, with your new number in the quotient, 0. 2 ) 8 0 7 Place your answer directly under the 00. 4 2. Multiply 8 0 0 0 Mom 0 0 Step 3 in Long Division:  Step 3 in Long Division Draw a line under the bottom 14. 2 ) 8 0 7 Draw a subtraction sign. 4 3. Subtract 8 0 0 0 0 0 Sister Subtract andamp; place answer under the line. 0 Step 4 in Long Division:  Step 4 in Long Division Put an arrow under the next number, 7, in the dividend. 2 ) 8 0 7 Bring the 7 down next to the 0. 4 4. Bring down 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brother 7 Step 5 in Long Division:  Step 5 in Long Division If the 2 will divide into your new number, 7, then repeat the steps of division. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 5. Repeat or Remainder 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Rover Step 1 in Long Division:  Step 1 in Long Division Divide your divisor, 2, into your new number, 7. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 1. Divide 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Dad Place your answer in the quotient next to the 7. 3 Step 2 in Long Division:  Step 2 in Long Division Multiply your divisor, 2, by your new number in the quotient, 3. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 2. Multiply 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Place your answer under the number you brought down, 7. 3 Mom 6 Step 3 in Long Division:  Step 3 in Long Division Draw a line under the number 6. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 3. Subtract 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Place your subtraction sign. 3 6 Sister Subtract andamp; put your answer directly under the 6. 1 Step 4 in Long Division:  Step 4 in Long Division Look at your dividend to see if there are any more numbers to bring down. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 4. Bring down 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 6 If not, move to step 5. 1 Brother Step 5 in Long Division:  Step 5 in Long Division Since there are no more numbers to bring down andamp; 2 will not divide into 1, you do not repeat the steps of division. 2 ) 8 0 7 4 5. Repeat or Remainder 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 6 The number left over, 1, becomes the remainder. 1 Rover R1 Slide19:  2 ) 8 0 7 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 6 1 R1 You did it! You’re so smart! You’re awesome! Cool Dude! Wolf! Credits:  Credits Written by Monica Yuskaitis Illustrations by Corel Gallery by Corel Corp. Broderbund ClipArt T/Maker Co. Copying of this software must be approved by Monica Yuskaitis, Walter White Elementary, CUSD This software may only be used in Ceres Unified School District

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