# Further division

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will derive further division facts using 'fact families'.

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Use the diagram to select the 2 correct calculations.
Correct answer: (-60) ÷ 3 = -20
Correct answer: 3 x (-20)= -60
3 x 20 = (-60)
60 ÷ 3 = -20
Q2.
Calculate (-123) ÷ 3
-369
369
41
Q3.
Calculate (−24) × (1/8)
-192
192
3
Q4.
Given n=3 what would the value of (-15) ÷ n be?
-12
12
5
Q5.
Use a selection of the integers: −9 ,8 and −4 (without repeats) what is the largest absolute value possible from this expression?
11
21
22
Q6.
Will this calculation be positive or negative?
Positive

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Choose the words that best fill in the gaps in order: We can use a known __________ to _________ other related facts.
commutativity, distribute
derive, product
distributive, derive
product, commutative
Correct answer: product, derive
Q2.
Fill in the gap: Using the fact that (-7) x (-2) = 14 we can use the _____________ of multiplication to deduce that (-2) x (-7) = 14
derive
distributive
produce
Q3.
Calculate the following: (-80) ÷ (-5)
-16
-75
75
Q4.
Given that (-23) x (-14) = 322. Work out 322 ÷ (-14).
-322
14
23
Q5.
Given that (-23) x (-14) = 322. Work out (-322) ÷ 14.
-322
14
23
Q6.
Substitute n=-10 into n ÷ (-2)
-12
-5
12