##### Asked by: Adalgiza Penot

asked in category: General Last Updated: 17th June, 2020# How do you teach single digit division?

**Single Digit Division**

- STEP 1: Put 1728 in the dividend position, and the 6 in place of the
**divisor**. - STEP 2: Take the first
**digit**of the dividend, in this case, 1. - STEP 5: The next step is to bring down the next
**digit**of the dividend, which is the 2. - STEP 6: We repeat step 5 with the next
**digit**of the dividend, which is 8.

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Herein, how do you do basic division?

**Steps**

- Set up the equation. On a piece of paper, write the dividend (number being divided) on the right, under the division symbol, and the divisor (number doing the division) to the left on the outside.
- Divide the first digit.
- Divide the first two digits.
- Enter the first digit of the quotient.

Secondly, how do you do long division with 2 digits? **Part 1** **Dividing by a Two-Digit Number**

- Look at the first digit of the larger number.
- Look at the first two digits.
- Use a little guesswork.
- Write the answer above the last digit you used.
- Multiply your answer by the smaller number.
- Subtract the two numbers.
- Bring down the next digit.
- Solve the next division problem.

Also know, how do you teach short division?

To do **short division**, place the divisor outside the **division** bar and the dividend inside the **division** bar. Next, divide the first number of the dividend by the divisor and write the remainder next to the first number of the dividend.

How do you read division?

For all three **division** symbols, we say “divided by.” The **division** in a is **read** from left to right: “twelve divided by six.” The **division** in b is **read** from top to bottom: “twelve divided by six.” The **division** in c is written with a **division** box. We **read** the number inside the box first: “twelve divided by six.”