# Dividing Whole Numbers with Quotients in Decimal Form.pptx

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### Dividing Whole Numbers with Quotients in Decimal Form.pptx

• 1. 30 ÷ 5 = N 2 120 ÷ 10 = N 288 ÷ 24 = N 150 ÷ 15 = N 860 ÷ 4 = N
• 2. 1.DARWIN WILL CUT STRIPS OF PAPER 0.25 DM WIDE FROM A SHEET 1.50DM WIDE. HOW MANY STRIPS OF PAPER WILL HE HAVE? 2. A NUTRITIONIST POURED 0.70 L OF HONEY INTO 14 L PLASTIC CUPS. FIND THE NUMBER OF PLASTIC CUPS FILLED.
• 3. 3. A RECTANGULAR RICE FIELD IS 0.40 KM WIDE AND HAS AN AREA OF2.80 SQ. KM. FIND THE LENGTH OF THE FIELD. .
• 4. HOW MANY ARE YOU IN THE FAMILY? HAVE YOU EXPERIENCED BRINGING HOME SOMETHING WHICH IS NOT ENOUGH FOR YOUR FAMILY?
• 5. WHAT DID YOU DO? HOW DID YOU SHARE IT EQUALLY TO EVERYONE?
• 7. ANA BROUGHT HOME 3 SUMAN. IF SHE HAS 4 SISTERS, HOW WILL SHE DIVIDE IT EQUALLY AMONG HER SISTERS?
• 8. TASK FOR EACH GROUP USE STRIPS OF PAPER TO REPRESENT THE 3 SUMAN. DIVIDE EACH STRIP INTO 4 EQUAL PARTS. GIVE ONE PIECE TO EACH MEMBER OF THE GROUP. DO THE SAME WITH THE OTHER STRIPS.
• 9. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING A. WHAT DO YOU CALL EACH PART ? B. HOW MANY FOURTHS DID EACH ONE RECEIVE? C. HOW DO YOU CHANGE ¾ TO DECIMAL? D. HOW WILL YOU WRITE 75 AND 100 IN FRACTION FORM? E. HOW IS 75 / 100 WRITTEN IN DECIMAL FORM?
• 10. F. WHAT IS THE QUOTIENT OF 3 ÷ 4 ? G. SHOW YOUR SOLUTION.
• 11. A. ( ¼ ) B. ( 3 ) C. ( BY MULTIPLYING BOTH TERMS BY 25; THAT IS, 3 X 25 = 75; 4 X 25 = 100 ) D. ( 75 / 100 ) E. ( 0.75 ) .
• 12. READ, ANALYZE AND SOLVE THE PROBLEM. A DRESSMAKER HAS A BOLT OF FABRIC THAT IS 49 METERS LONG. SHE PLANS TO MAKE 50 TABLE RUNNERS. HOW LONG WILL EACH PIECE BE?
• 13. WHAT IS ASKED IN THE PROBLEM? WHAT ARE GIVEN? WHAT OPERATION WILL YOU USE TO SOLVE IT? WRITE THE NUMBER SENTENCE. WHAT IS YOUR ANSWER ? SHOW YOUR SOLUTION
• 14. HOW DID YOU FIND THE ACTIVITY ? HOW WERE YOU ABLE TO FIND THE ANSWER TO THE PROBLEM? WHAT ARE THE STEPS IN DIVIDING WHOLE NUMBERS BY WHOLE NUMBERS WITH DECIMAL QUOTIENTS?
• 15. HOW DO WE DIVIDE WHOLE NUMBERS WITH DECIMAL QUOTIENTS? IN DIVIDING WHOLE NUMBERS WITH A DECIMAL QUOTIENTS : DIVISOR MUST BE BIGGER THAN ITS DIVIDEND WRITE THE EQUATION IN FRACTION FORM, DIVIDEND AS NUMERATOR AND DIVISOR AS DENOMINATOR DIVIDE NUMERATOR BY ITS DENOMINATOR, SINCE NUMERATOR IS SMALLER THAN DENOMINATOR IT CAN’T BE DIVIDED ADD ZERO TO THE NUMERATOR BUT BEFORE THAT ADD A DECIMAL POINT BEFORE ZERO QUOTIENT MUST THEN HAVE A DECIMAL POINT.
• 16. ASSESSMENT: FIND THE QUOTIENT. ROUND YOUR ANSWER TO THE NEAREST PLACE VALUE INDICATED. TENTHS HUNDREDTHS 1. 5 ÷ 6 _______________ _________________ 2. 12 ÷ 18 _______________ _________________ 3. 15 ÷ 80 _______________ _________________ 4. 16 ÷ 18 _______________ _________________ 5.SOLVE : TINA HAS A 19 M OF RIBBON. SHE HAS 20 FRIENDS WHO WANT TO HAVE A PIECE OF RIBBON. HOW LONG WILL EACH ONE HAVE ?
• 17. HOME ACTIVITY: FIND THE QUOTIENT. ROUND ANSWERS TO THE NEAREST PLACE VALUE INDICATED. TENTHS HUNDREDTHS 1. 7 ÷ 8 __________ ___________ 2. 11 ÷ 13 __________ ____________ 3. 15 ÷ 48 __________ ___________ 4. 12 ÷ 25 __________ __________ 5.SOLVE : A 24 METER STRING IS TO BE DIVIDED INTO 30 PIECES. HOW LONG WILL EACH BE ?