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long division

[‚lȯŋ di′vizh·ən]
(mathematics)
Division of numbers in which the divisor contains more than one digit.
Division of algebraic quantities in which the divisor contains more than one term.
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Multiplying R(x) by 2 gives a remainder of - 15/16 which is the same as found using polynomial long division.
The main outcome that we hoped to see was an increased level of student attentiveness throughout my instruction of long division. An additional positive outcome would be a larger percentage of students who are able to grasp the series of steps in long division.
She said: "We will expect every pupil by the age of 11 to know their times tables off by heart, to perform long division and complex multiplication and to be able to read a novel.
If you can you demonstrate how to: do a long division sum; do a multiplication sum; work out percentages; and work out fractions, then the department would like to hear from you.
"Why would you watch the IPL on ITV4 when it's on YouTube?" Two simple questions which divide a nation more than the argument over how we should be teaching long division these days.
long division, arithmetic, to the buttons of a calculator.
Peter Boyce on the long division between lighting designers, educators and researchers despite having a common interest in the advancement of the lighting profession.
London, July 11 ( ANI ): British Schools Minister, Nick Gibb, has said that all children should learn their times tables and long division by rote at primary school to enable them to tackle more complex number problems at a later stage.
I could write cursive do long division, knew the words to the
"If they don't get long division with me in class, I can't send them home for their parents to help teach it," Thompson said.
School is about learning what you need in the outside world and ignoring the rest, like log tables, long division, Chaucer and the gunpowder plot.
Stating that helping doesn't mean knowing all the answers yourself Tahir Yaqoob offers simple advice to help their children grasp their homework at any level, whether it be long division or calculus.