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Grade 5 - Mathematics
4.7 Division of a Whole Number by Whole Number (Other Than Zero)
When the divisor is greater than the dividend we mark a decimal point in both the quotient and dividend
Continue the division.
Using the above method, find the quotient in each of the following and show your work. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.
: Divide 8 by 100.
: Divide 72 by 576.
: Divide 45 by 125.
: Find the quotient for: 12 ÷ 80
: Find the quotient for: 144 ÷ 15
: Divide 20 by 50.
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