Double-digit division requires that you create as many two-digit dividends as needed by bringing down another digit, or by adding a zero behind the decimal point.
Example: 318/15 = 21.2
The first division is 15 into 3, which does not go. So the next step is to use the 3 and the 1 -- 15 into 31 is 2, with a remainder of 1. Now bring down the 8 and divide 15 into 18, which is 1 with a remainder of 3. Finally, place a decimal point and create a zero after it (the dividend now reads 318.0) so that you can divide 15 into 30 -- which is 2 and comes after the decimal.
This long division is easier to demonstrate graphically.
15 / 318.0
Yes. By 1 digit, 2 digit and some even by other 3 digit numbers.
10+59,000=..... *76 to get ur answer
It is known as "double digit inflation". It is certainly NOT hyper.
Well its complicated to explain.
add numbers below to each number at the top
Mental math like if 12 into 72 it will not be a double digit if you divide 100 by 10 it will be double digits. Most times if you have a tripple digit number and divide it by double digit the answer will be a double digit.
To look at the numbers in the division problem
that i need help on divsion with one digit
You do fish hook. Then you just do normal division