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Grade 4 - Mathematics
5.9 Zeros in Quotients

Method:
  1. Look at the dividend.
  2. Divide the dividend by the divisor.
Example: 203/5

  1. 5 times 4 gives 20 with a remainder 3.
  2. 3 is less than 5, hence 5 times 0 gives 0 and the remainder is 3.
Answer: 40R3

Directions: Divide the following. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.
Q 1: 1000 10 =
10
1000
100

Q 2: 811 8 =
101R2
100R3
101R3

Q 3: 601 6 =
100R1
100R2
10R1

Q 4: 611 6 =
101R6
102R5
101R5

Q 5: 1004 5 =
200R3
200R4
201R4

Q 6: 8005 8 =
1000R5
100R5
1000R6

Q 7: 811 2 =
405R3
405R1
205R1

Q 8: 911 9 =
101R2
10R11
101R5

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