Videos, stories and songs to help Grade 4 students learn about division: how to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. This can be done by long division or short division.

### Long Division

**Long Division: 3-digit divide by 1-digit**

This video shows you how to do long division, using simple short steps.

Step 1: Divide

Step 2: Multiply

Step 3: Subtract

Step 4: Bring Down

Example:

537 ÷ 3**Divide 2-digit and 3-digit dividend by 1-digit divisor**

Learn the basics of how to divide.

Examples:

1. 68 ÷ 5 2. 608 ÷ 7**Long Division: triple-digit divided by single digit**

This is a typical long division problem for grade 4.

The problem is 747 divided by 4.

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. Divide a 3 digit number by a 1 digit number using the steps

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Compare, Bring Down.

Examples:

402 ÷ 6

649 ÷ 8

### Short Division

Short Division - 3 digits by 1 digit

Examples:

1. 126 ÷ 3

2. 184 ÷ 4

3. 162 ÷ 6

4. 161 ÷ 7**A Better Way to Divide: Short Division**

Short division is exactly what the name implies — a shorter way to divide. The mental process is actually no different from long division, but the written steps are. Short division also makes it easier to divide numbers mentally.

Examples:

1. 632 ÷ 4

2. 97104 ÷ 12**Short Division**

Divide from left to right, and carry where needed.

Examples:

1. 108 ÷ 3

2. 612 ÷ 6

3. 545 ÷ 5

4. 693 ÷ 3

5. 1216 ÷ 4

6. 485 ÷ 5

7. 816 ÷ 6**Short Division Examples**

This video shows a series of short division problems and also shows how to check the answer by multiplying.

Problems begin with easy examples like 48 divided by 2, and gets up to 1736 divided by 7.

This is a fast paced review for someone who's already been introduced to short division.

### Division Songs

**Long Division Song**

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down

That's How A Quotient is Found Long Division Song (Ho Hey Parody)

You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

This video shows you how to do long division, using simple short steps.

Step 1: Divide

Step 2: Multiply

Step 3: Subtract

Step 4: Bring Down

Example:

537 ÷ 3

Learn the basics of how to divide.

Examples:

1. 68 ÷ 5 2. 608 ÷ 7

This is a typical long division problem for grade 4.

The problem is 747 divided by 4.

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. Divide a 3 digit number by a 1 digit number using the steps

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Compare, Bring Down.

Examples:

402 ÷ 6

649 ÷ 8

Examples:

1. 126 ÷ 3

2. 184 ÷ 4

3. 162 ÷ 6

4. 161 ÷ 7

Short division is exactly what the name implies — a shorter way to divide. The mental process is actually no different from long division, but the written steps are. Short division also makes it easier to divide numbers mentally.

Examples:

1. 632 ÷ 4

2. 97104 ÷ 12

Divide from left to right, and carry where needed.

Examples:

1. 108 ÷ 3

2. 612 ÷ 6

3. 545 ÷ 5

4. 693 ÷ 3

5. 1216 ÷ 4

6. 485 ÷ 5

7. 816 ÷ 6

This video shows a series of short division problems and also shows how to check the answer by multiplying.

Problems begin with easy examples like 48 divided by 2, and gets up to 1736 divided by 7.

This is a fast paced review for someone who's already been introduced to short division.

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down

That's How A Quotient is Found Long Division Song (Ho Hey Parody)

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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