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Short division – Six examples of dividing numbers using the short, or what is sometimes called the bus stop method. The examples progress in difficulty with the first two examples not requiring any remainders, the next two examples having remainders within the calculation and the last two examples having remainders in the answer. The method shows how to leave the last two examples as decimal answers.

Division by chunking – Four examples of dividing numbers using the chunking method where a multiple of the divisor is subtracted from the table in chunks. The examples all divide by a single digit and all give whole number answers. The videos are produced by

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