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Arithmetic - Division Lessons And Calculators For First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade, and Fourth Grade

SECOND GRADE EXAMPLE: DIVIDE TWO NUMBERS




Problem: Divide Positive Integer Numbers.



 +3√+62


  3√62







Divide dividend 6 by divisor 3.
The divisor divides evenly into the dividend
which equals 6 ÷ 3 = 2.
Put the division result 2 on the answer line.
Subtract 2 x 3 = 6 from the dividend value 6.
The remainder of the division is 6 - 6 = 0.
Math check: (3 × 2) + 0 = 6.




     2
  3√62
   -6
    ———
    0





The dividend 6 2 is less than the divisor 3.
It can not be divided.
Put a zero on the answer line and subtract zero from last remainder.
Next, append the current dividend value 2 to the current remainder.



    20
  3√62
   -6
    ———
     2
    -0
    ———
     2





ANSWERS:

20 2/3


20 Remainder 2