Long Division

Long Division
Long Division
Long Division
Long Division

              Long Division

              Students learn how to perform long division using equivalent and simplified fractions.  As learning progresses they apply place value to divide with decimal numbers.
              Differentiated Learning Objectives:
              • All students should be able to divide a three digit number by a one digit number.
              • Most students should be able to a divide three digit number by a two digit number through simplifying a fraction.
              • Some students should be able to derive a quotient from a real life problem and solve through simplifying the fraction.
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