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Use short division when the hundreds digit is smaller than the divisor

I can use short division when the hundreds digit is smaller than the divisor.

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Year 5

Use short division when the hundreds digit is smaller than the divisor

I can use short division when the hundreds digit is smaller than the divisor.

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Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. If the hundreds digit is smaller than the divisor then it is exchanged for tens and included with the tens digit
  2. If the 100s digit is smaller than the divisor then no partial product is recorded above the 100s digit of the dividend

Common misconception

Pupils may confuse the terminology of dividend and divisor. Pupils may regroup the incorrect amount.

Ensure pupils can identify the dividend and the divisor. Use language of unitisation to correct any place value misconceptions.

Keywords

  • Dividend - What we are dividing.

  • Divisor - What we are dividing by.

  • Quotient - The result after division has taken place. It is the whole number part.

  • Regroup / Regrouping - The process of unitising and exchanging between place values.

A quick recap / game of the inequalities signs will be helpful. In doing so, pupils will understand that if the divisor is greater than the 100s digit in the dividend, this will result in a 2-digit quotient.
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6 Questions

Q1.
2 is the __________.
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product
dividend
Correct answer: divisor
quotient
Q2.
Select the statements that are true.
6 × 3 > 3 × 6
11 × 1 < 11 × 0
Correct answer: 20 × 1 = 1 × 20
Correct answer: 13 × 0 < 1 × 13
Correct answer: 4 × 1 < 4 × 11
Q3.
30 tens can be regrouped as hundreds.
Correct Answer: 3
Q4.
Look at the short division. You can make groups of 3 ones from the 15 ones in the dividend.
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Correct Answer: 5, five
Q5.
Which calculations will require two or more instances of regrouping?
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A
B
Correct answer: C
Q6.
Use short division to solve this problem: Izzy is packing 371 t-shirts to sell at a funfair. She packs them equally into three large boxes. How many T-shirts will be in each box?
Correct Answer: 123, 123r2, 123 r2, 123 r 2

6 Questions

Q1.
Identify the multiples of 3.
Correct answer: 3
Correct answer: 9
Correct answer: 15
16
Correct answer: 21
Q2.
6 hundreds can be regrouped for ___ tens.
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6
Correct answer: 60
66
600
Q3.
If you were to divide the number by 9, which of these would require regrouping?
900
Correct answer: 800
909
Q4.
Choose the correct short division for this equation: 325 ÷ 5.
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A
B
Correct answer: C
Q5.
Use short division to calculate 764 ÷ 8 = . Write your answer in numeral form, using r if there is a remainder.
Correct Answer: 95 r 1, 95r1, 95 r1, 95r 1
Q6.
Look at the short division, what is the missing number?
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Correct Answer: 6