Fourth Grade - Lesson 4.4 Dividing Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands
May 26, 2015
Hi, my name is Danny cocha from PS1 O one Brooklyn. Today I'm going to show you how we can divide numbers through thousands by whole numbers to ten. Let's unlock this problem. John is packing apples and gift boxes. Each gift box holds for apples. How many boxes can John can with 120 apples? So looking at some of these clue words, such as each how many. And total of a 120 apples. So each box has four apples, they want to know how many boxes can be packed with 120 apples. This is allowing us to know that we are going to divide. So we divide 100 20 by four. Step one, we need to identify the basic division fact, which would be 12 divided by four. So we can do that mentally. 12 divided by four equals three, so four goes into 12, three times, which would mean 12, tens, divided by four, gives us three tenths. We have a zero here. Three tens is three turns ten gives us so John can use 30 boxes to fill his fill with apples. Let's try another example. 2000 800 divided by 7. Step one is identify the basic division fact that you can do mentally. 28 divided by 7. So we notice in our place value, this goes up to hundreds. So we're going to say 28 divided by 7 equals four. That means is four hundreds. Because we are dividing 28 hundreds. By four. So if we translate four hundreds, we will get 400. Therefore, 2800 divided by 7 equals 400. Let's try one more. 300 60 divided by 6. Equals. So once again, step one would be dividing up basic division fact, which is 36 divided by 6. But let's look at how these value. This goes up to ten times here. So we do 36 tens. So divided by 6, 6 goes into 36, 6 times, which is 6 times. Yeah, we do 6, tens, which is 6 times ten is equal to 60. Therefore, 360 divided by 6 equals 60. Hope you enjoyed have a great day.