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Lesson 1: Remainders

# Estimating division that results in non-whole numbers

Sal uses estimation to find quotients that are non-whole numbers.

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• I don’t get this help me please
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• I'm really bad at division can anyone break this down?
• The following quotient is between two whole numbers.
53
÷
8
53÷853, divided by, 8
Which point on the number line could represent the quotient?
(Choice A) A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 5 and the tick mark labeled 6.

A
A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 5 and the tick mark labeled 6.
(Choice B) A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 6 and the tick mark labeled 7.

B
A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 6 and the tick mark labeled 7.
(Choice C) A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 7 and the tick mark labeled 8.

C
A number line from 5 to 10, with a tick every 1 unit. A point is labeled between the tick mark labeled 7 and the tick mark labeled 8.
• 18 divided by 4 should be 3 point something
• It is a whole number and a remainder. Got it Ultimate
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• how do you get 18 when it is 17 divided by 2 ?
• 17 divided by 18 is 0.94444444444
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