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Details for problem "Long division with whole numbers, blanks to be filled"

Quickname: 6165

Suitable for K-12 grades: Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6

Elementary School, Primary School, Junior High School, Middle School.

Summary

Division of two whole numbers, with remainder, written long division with blanks to be filled in.

Example

Division of two whole numbers, with remainder, written long division with blanks to be filled in. (Example for this math problem)

Description

A long division problem is presented with the dividend and divisors being two positive whole numbers.

The long division is shown in full with some number places in the intermediate subtrahends and minuends replaced by blanks. These blank spaces have to be filled in correctly.

The number of problems can be configured, as can the number of places of the divisor and dividend. It can be specified whether remainders are allowed, forbidden, or will always occur. There are several option on where blanks will be placed, in the subtrahend, minuend, or both.


Topics: Arithmetic Elementary arithmetic Puzzles

Tags: Division

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Customization options for this problem

Parameter
Possible values
Number of problems
1, 2, 3, 4
Dividend places
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Divisor places
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Remainder
Never, May, Always
Minuend places given
none, every, every other, every third, every fourth
Subtrahend places given
none, every, every other, every third, every fourth
Result places given
none, every, every other, every third, every fourth
Show intermediate products
Yes, No

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As a plain written long division problem
Division of two whole numbers, with remainder, written long division method illustrated.


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