Long Division — Let's Practise!
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Today we are practicing long division with Razzi! This video contains examples to help you further practise and grow confident in this area
Transcript Long Division — Let's Practise!
Razzi says get these items ready because today we're going to practise long division. It's time to begin! Remember the steps to long division: divide, multiply, subtract, bring down, repeat. What is seventyeight divided by three? Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Check the steps and the quotient. Did you also get twentysix? Let's tackle the next problem! What is threehundred and fortyfour divided by four? Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Check the steps and the quotient. Did you also get eightysix? Let's tackle the next problem! What is threethousand six hundred and fortytwo divided by six? Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Check the steps and the quotient. Did you also get six hundred and seven? Let's tackle the final problem! What is seven thousand four hundred and eightythree divided by seven? Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Check the steps and the quotient. Did you also get one thousand and sixtynine? Razzi had so much fun practising with you today! See you next time!
Long Division — Let's Practise! exercise

Razzi is solving another division problem. Can you help him divide 132 $\div$ 4?
HintsRemember the steps for long division:
Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, Repeat
How many times does 4 go into 13? Write this number above the 3:
Multiply the 4 by the 3, write the product under the 13, and subtract:
Bring down the 2. How many times does 4 go into 12? Write this number above the 2.
SolutionRemember the steps for long division:
1. Divide.
4 does not go into 1, so we find how many times it goes into 13. It goes in 3 times, so we place the number 3 above the 3 in 13.
2. Multiply the divisor by the number on top: 4$\times$3.
The divisor is the number that is being divided by. It is the smaller of the two numbers in the expression. For instance, in 132$\div$4, 4 is the divisor.
3. Subtract the product: 1312.
4. Bring Down the next digit.
5. Repeat these steps with this new number (in this case, 12).
The answer is 33.

Use long division to solve the problem.
HintsBegin by dividing the total amount of money Dazzle has (the dividend) by the cost of each bag of sweets (the divisor). This will give you the number of bags of sweets Dazzle can afford to buy.
The total amount of money Dazzle has is £135. The cost of each bag of sweets is £3. Therefore, we calculate 135$\div$3.
Remember the steps for long division:
Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, Repeat
3 does not go into 1, so we find how many times it goes into 13. How many times does 3 go into 13? Write this number above the 13.
SolutionRemember the steps for long division:
1. Divide.
3 does not go into 1, so we find how many times it goes into 13. It goes in 4 times, so we place the number 4 above the 3 in 13.
2. Multiply the divisor by the number on top: 3$\times$4.
The divisor is the number that is being divided by. It is the smaller of the two numbers in the expression. For instance, in 135$\div$3, 3 is the divisor.
3. Subtract the product: 1312.
4. Bring Down the next digit.
5. Repeat these steps with this new number (in this case, 15).
The answer is 45 bags of sweets.

Use long division to solve the problem.
HintsDivide the expected number of guests by the number of chairs each table can fit to find how many tables Razzi needs.
The expected number of guests is 436. The number of chairs each table can fit is 4. Therefore, we calculate 436$\div$4.
How many times does 4 go into 4? 1 time. Write the 1 above the 4 in the dividend as the first step.
SolutionRemember the steps for long division:
1. Divide 4$\div$4.
4 goes into 4 1 time.
2. Multiply 4$\times$1.
3. Subtract the product: 44.
4. Bring Down the next digit.
5. Repeat these steps with this new number (in this case, 3). 4 goes into 3 0 times, so we write a 0 at the top and continue with steps 25.
The answer is 109 tables.

Use long division to find the following quotients.
HintsRemember the steps for long division:
Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, Repeat
SolutionThe correct answers are:
 114$\div$6 = 19
 206$\div$2 = 103 (see image)
 1150$\div$5 = 230 (see image)
 217$\div$7 = 31
For example, to solve 1150$\div$5:
1. Divide 11$\div$5. 5 does not go into 1, so we find how many times it goes into 11. It goes in 2 times, so we place the number 2 above the second 1 in 11.
2. Multiply 5$\times$2.
3. Subtract the product: 1110.
4. Bring Down the next digit.
5. Repeat these steps with this new number (in this case, 15). You will need to repeat the steps twice to reach to the end of 1150.
The answer is 230.

What are the steps of long division?
HintsThe first step is to divide.
For example: in 132$\div$4, we divide 13$\div$4. 4 goes into 13 3 times.
The next step is to multiply.
For example: we multiply 4 by the number we've written on top (in this case 3): 4$\times$3
Look at the steps in this division problem. What happens after we multiply the 3 and 4 and place their product (12) under the 13?
SolutionThe steps of long division are:
 Divide
 Multiply
 Subtract
 Bring Down
 Repeat

Find the quotient.
HintsHow many times does 9 go into 9?
9 goes into 9 1 time. Write this number above the 9 in the dividend.
Multiply 9$\times$1, and subtract the product: 99.
Bring down the next digit in the dividend (the 4).
Then repeat the steps. 9 does not go into 4, so write 0 above the 4 in the dividend.
SolutionRemember the steps for long division:
1. Divide 9$\div$9.
9 goes into 9 1 time.
2. Multiply 9$\times$1.
3. Subtract the product: 99.
4. Bring Down the next digit.
5. Repeat these steps with this new number (in this case, 4). 9 goes into 4 0 times, so we write a 0 at the top and continue with Steps 25.
You will need to repeat the steps 3 times to reach to the end of 94,257.
The answer is 10,473.