## How do you divide step by step?

The steps are more or less the same, except for one new addition:

- Divide the tens column dividend by the divisor.
- Multiply the divisor by the quotient in the tens place column.
- Subtract the product from the divisor.
- Bring down the dividend in the ones column and repeat.

**How do you divide?**

Dividing. Set up the equation. On a piece of paper, write the dividend (number being divided) on the right, under the division symbol, and the divisor (number doing the division) to the left on the outside. The quotient (answer) will eventually go on top, right above the dividend.

**How does divide work?**

What is division? Division is repeated subtraction. It is the process of dividing a number (dividend) with another number with the same or lesser value (divisor) to find the quotient and a remainder. This remainder is 0 if the divisor is a factor of the dividend, it’s non-zero if the divisor is not a factor.

### What is short division method?

If numbers are too difficult to divide in your head, use a written method. Short division will sometimes give an answer with a remainder (r), which you can round up or round down. To find the answer to 365 ÷ 7 see if 3 (the hundreds) can be divided by 7. It cannot, so add the tens digit.

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**What are the different ways to divide?**

Different Ways to Divide. You can use multiplication facts to divide. Find 10 2. Step 1 Think of a related multiplication fact. 2 × = 10. Step 2 Find the missing factor. 2 × 5 = 10. Step 3 Use the missing factor to find the quotient. Solution: 10 ÷ 2 5 You can write division facts two ways. 10 ÷ 2 = 5 or 5 @quotient.

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