 Grade 4 Math: Division: Two Digits, Part 2

Division: Remainders as Fractions

At this point, students have already learned to divide a two digit number by a one digit number when the quotient is a single digit and there is a remainder. They’ve also learned the basic concepts of fractions and the numbers they represent.

In this lesson, students will extend what they’ve learned about division of a two-digit number by a one-digit number with single-digit quotients to situations in which there is a remainder, along with their knowledge of the concepts of fractions.

They divide a two digit number by a one digit number when the quotient is a one digit number and there is a remainder, but they learn to express the remainder as a fraction.

How to use the Format Wizard

In this lesson, students learn how to use the Format Wizard needed to answer questions in the iLearn Math lessons.

Two Digit Division: Remainders – with Place Value Table

At this point, students have already learned to divide a two digit number by a one digit number when the quotient is a single digit, and there is a remainder that is expressed as a fraction.

They’ve also learned to divide two digit numbers by one digit numbers when the quotient is a two digit number but there is no remainder, for both situations that do not require regrouping and those that do require regrouping.

In this lesson, students will extend what they’ve learned about division of a two-digit number by a one-digit number to situations in which the quotient is a two digit number, regrouping is required, and there is a remainder, along with their knowledge of the concepts of fractions.

In this situation, students learn to express the remainder as a fraction.

Two Digit Division: Remainders – Answer Only

In this final lesson in the series, students divide two digit numbers by one digit numbers when the quotient is a two-digit number and there is a remainder that is expressed as a fraction.

Each digit in the answer is not evaluated separately. The entire answer as a whole is evaluated and feedback is given for the entire answer rather than each digit.

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