Solve problems involving division by a onedigit number, including those that result in a remainder (ACMNA101)
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Use the term 'quotient' to describe the result of a division calculation, eg 'The quotient when 30 is divided by 6 is 5'
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Recognise and use different notations to indicate division
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Use mental and written strategies to divide a number with three or more digits by a onedigit divisor where there is no remainder, including: dividing the hundreds, then the tens, and then the ones, using the formal algorithm
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Use mental and written strategies to divide a number with three or more digits by a onedigit divisor where there is a remainder, including: dividing the tens and then the ones, using the formal algorithm
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Apply appropriate mental and written strategies, and digital technologies, to solve division word problems
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Use and interpret remainders in solutions to division problems, eg recognise when it is appropriate to round up an answer, such as 'How many 5seater cars are required to take 47 people to the beach?'
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Record the strategy used to solve division word problems
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