This activity, which we affectionately call "Speed-Dating Math" is the perfect activity for when your students need that extra drill practice, and you know you don't want to pull out the boring worksheets. We're deep into our multiplication and division unit right now, and this is how we practice using the traditional algorithm.
While division algorithms can be fairly rote, tackling remainders requires logical thinking and deeper understanding. Here are four math activities I use with my students to help them figure out what to do about remainders.
CBSE Class 10 - Real Numbers Problems on Euclid's Division Algorithm(2016) CBSE Class 10 - Real Numbers Problems on Euclid's Division Algorithm(2016) REAL NUMBERSPROBLEMS ONEUCLID'S DIVISION ALGORITHM(2016) Q1(CBSE 2012): Using Euclids division algorithm find the HCF of 240 and 228.Answer: By Euclids division algorithm 240 = 228 1 12 228 = 12 19 0 HCF (240 228) = 12Q2(CBSE 2014): The length breadth and height of a room are 8m 25 cm 6m 75 cm and 4 m 50 cm respectively. Find the…
**Please rate and review**Includes poster to display in classroom using a mnemonic device - Does McDonald's Sell Burgers Raw? to remember the steps for the division algorithm, formerly known as long division (Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, and Repeat).