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 Article posted February 28, 2008 at 04:09 AM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 80 Key: /=divide #=number -= subtract Hey! My teacher is making us do a division problem!! It also has to be big!! I have to talk you throught the steps too! OK...My problem is:34,424/4=? Ok, so first you have to know how your going to split up the #. Like for 34,000 you could split it up in to 32,000. When a # is not divisible by the # your dividing then you have to find the nearest # that is divisible by the #. Then after that you have to subtract 32,000 from 34,424 which = 2,424! After that you have to the next # divisible by 4..that is 2,400. Then you have to find the next # divisible by 4 which is 24!! Now you have to do this: You have to divide 32/4=8. Then 320/4=80. Then 3,200/44=800. Then 32,000/4=8,000. What I am doing is I am taking a big # and I am making it smaller to divide. Then it gets bigger each time until I get to the # I origianlly had to divide!! Now we have do do the same thing except with different #'s. So now we have to do: 24/4=6. Then 240/4=60. Then 2,400/4=600!! So far we have 8,000 and 600. Now we have to divide 24/4=6!! So now we have to add up all our answers. Which are 8,000 and 600 and 6. The answer is 8,606!!! So thats how you solve a big division problem!! Sincerely, Goldilocks :) Article posted February 28, 2008 at 04:09 AM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 80
 Article posted February 27, 2008 at 11:21 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 84 This is a wierd way to do division so you can learn how to do long division. 20/4=5 24/4=6 4/4=1 so..... 20,000 2,400 + 4 _________ 22,404 So the problem is 22,404. 20/4=5 200/4=50 2000/4=500 20000/4=5000 24/4=6 240/4=60 2400/4=600 4/4=1 Now all you have to do is add up the answers. 5000 600 + 1 ______ 5601 Article posted February 27, 2008 at 11:21 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 84
 Article posted February 27, 2008 at 11:07 PM GMT • comment • Reads 120 we have bine lerning about multipalse of 6,4and3? I am not sure about that one if we had lernd about it. So now we have to make a large divison problem and we have to show you how to solve it so on the next blog I am about to make is the divison problem oh yeah bye from contolaf Article posted February 27, 2008 at 11:07 PM GMT • comment • Reads 120
 Article posted February 26, 2008 at 07:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 153 HI HI WORLD, Im going to tell you a divition problem oh yay (NOT) so lets get on with it. 50,424/4=126,10 So we have to find out how much we have left, 50,424-48,000=2,424 2,424-2400=24 48/4=12 480/4=120 4800/4=1200 48000/4=12000 24/4=6 240/4=60 2400/4=600 40/4=10 12000+600+10=126,10 Well thats all bye! Article posted February 26, 2008 at 07:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 153
 Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:51 PM GMT • comment • Reads 89 This is a wierd way to do division so you can learn how to do long division. 20/4=5 24/4=6 4/4=1 so..... 20,000 2,400 + 4 _________ 22,404 So the problem is 22,404. 20/4=5 200/4=50 2000/4=500 20000/4=5000 24/4=6 240/4=60 2400/4=600 4/4=1 Now all you have to do is add up the answers. 5000 600 + 1 ______ 5601 Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:51 PM GMT • comment • Reads 89
 Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:51 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 88 Professor McGonagall is really getting annoying with the division we are doing:) Today she started us off with 38028/4(She said that the / means divided by so) To make up a really good BIG division problem you have to think of the multiplues of the number that you are dividing by. In this case it's 4 so now you think of the basic facts of 4 The only pairs that I split the number into are 36000/4 2000/4 28/4=7 I got those because 38 can be split into 36 with 2 left over. I got the 20 from the left over 2 from the 38 and the 0 in 38028. Lastly I got the 28 from the last two numbers in 38028. To figure out 36000 I started with 36 and built up. 36/4=9 360/4=90 3600/4=900 36000/4=9000 So to start out with a 9000. Now I do the same with the 2000 and 28. I start with 20 and... 20/4=5 200/4=50 2000/4=500 ...you have a 500 and a 9000=9500 Then you do the same with the 28... 28/4=7 and you have a 9000, 500 and a 7. Add them all up and you get 9507. Do you get it? That is a really long way to division even though long division is doing all that in only a little work. Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:51 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 88
 Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:50 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 568 I'm going to show you my division problem. The problem is 38,028 divided by 4 the first step is you find the basic fact in the problem. The second step is when you need to break it up into numbers that can be divided by 4. I subtracted 38,000 from 36,000 and I got 2028. Then I subtracted 2028 from 2000 I got 28. 36,20,28 are all divisible by 4. The third step is when you have to figure out what 36,000 divided by 4 is. What I did is that I turned 36,000 into 36,36 divided by 4 is 9 so you just have to do 36 divided by 4 all the way up to 36,000. Then do that with the other numbers 20 divided by 4 is 5 and 28 divided by 4 is 7 add those answers together and you get 9507 that's what I got. From,Frodo Article posted February 26, 2008 at 05:50 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 568