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Dividing Multi-Digit Numbers Using the Algorithm




 

Videos and solutions to help Grade 6 students understand that the standard algorithm of division is simply a tally system arranged in place value columns.

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New York State Common Core Math Module 2, Grade 6, Lesson 13

NYS Math Module 2 Grade 6 Lesson 13 Examples

Example 1
a. Create a model to divide: 1,755 ÷ 27
b. Use the division algorithm to show 1,755 ÷ 27

Example 2
Find the quotient of 205,276 ÷ 38.

Example 3
Find the quotient of 17,216,673 ÷ 23.



Problem Set
Divide using the division algorithm.
1. 1,634 ÷ 19
2. 2,450 ÷ 25
3. 22,274 ÷ 37
4. 21,361 ÷ 41
5. 34,874 ÷ 53
6, 50,902 ÷ 62
7. 70,434 ÷ 78
8. 91,047 ÷ 89
9. 115,785 ÷ 93
10. 207,968 ÷ 97
11. 7,735 ÷ 119
12. 21,948 ÷ 354
13. 72,372 ÷ 111
14. 74,152 ÷ 124
15. 182,727 ÷ 257
16. 396,256 ÷ 488
17. 730,730 ÷ 715
18. 1,434,342 ÷ 923
19. 1,775,296 ÷ 32
20. 1,144,932 ÷ 12

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