Q: How do you divide with decimal and the bus stop method?

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777 divided 7 Easy! 1st. Draw a bus stop Then on one side of the bus stop write 7 The other side write 777 After that how many times can 7 go into 7 that's 1 then how many times dose 7 go into 7 once then how many times dose 7 go into 7 once so the answer is 111!

How do you do this! well, don't ask me! AS EINSTEIN. Basically do the same thing but with a dot and if you take the dot out then add it at the end it will be a lot more Easier! Don't forget to add it at the end!

The decimal point goes in the quotient the moment you reach the decimal point in the dividend and need to use the digit in the tenths column. When using the "Bus stop" method, the digits will line up so that the decimal point goes in the quotient directly above the decimal point in the dividend.Using the Bus stop method, it is easiest to put the decimal point in the quotient above the decimal point in the dividend first (before any any division calculation is done) and then do the division by ignoring the decimal points and putting digits in the quotient as normal; except if once all the digits of the dividend have been used there is a non-zero remainder, zeros can be added to the end of the dividend as they are trailing zeros after a decimal point which make no difference to the number.eg dividing 1.2 by 5:First place the decimal point in the quotient over the decimal point in the dividend:_____.___------5_|_1.2Now divide as normal:____0.2__------5_|_1.2____1 0____----______2Used up all the digits of the dividend but have a remainder, so add trailing zeros after the decimal point and finish the division:____0.24__--------5_|_1.2000____1 0____----______20______20______---_______0Only needed one extra 0, but it did not hurt putting three of them.→ 1.2 ÷ 5 = 0.24Sometimes the decimal may recur or not terminate; in that case, stop when the required level of accuracy is reached (rounding by calculating a further digit and using that as the deciding digit).

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You divide the numerator of the fraction by its denominator - using long division (aka the bus-stop method) if required.

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You need to divide 1 by 3. This is best done by what is known as the bus-stop method or long division but any method that works is OK. In converting any rational fraction into a decimal, you will find either that the division comes to an end or that it starts to loop back. In the first case the decimal representation of the fraction is terminating and in the second it is recurring.With 1/3 you will get 0.3, 0.33, 0.333 and so on: a recurring decimal. The answer can be given as 0.3 recurring, or you can round it at some suitable place.

If you had 1/2 (0.5) of a pizza left and wanted to share it equally with your friend you would share it so that each of you got 0.5 ÷ 2 of the whole pizza each. To actually do this, using the "bus stop" [shelter] method of long/short division is the easiest: Write the whole number divisor outside the bus stop and put the decimal dividend under the bus stop [shelter]. Place a decimal point in the quotient answer above the bus stop [shelter] ABOVE the decimal point in the dividend. Now do the long/short division as normal, ignoring the decimal points (except if there is a remainder extra zeros can be added onto the end of the dividend and the division continued until there is no remainder or the required degree of accuracy has been reached to allow an approximate, rounded, answer) . Finally read the quotient answer including the decimal point.

777 divided 7 Easy! 1st. Draw a bus stop Then on one side of the bus stop write 7 The other side write 777 After that how many times can 7 go into 7 that's 1 then how many times dose 7 go into 7 once then how many times dose 7 go into 7 once so the answer is 111!

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