Long Division with Remainders In this tutorial students will learn how to solve long division problems with remainders. The students will also learn how to transform the quotient into a mixed number. Finally, the student will learn how to verify their answers.
Long Division using CHUNKING METHOD In this tutorial students will learn the chunking method to solve long division problems. The students will learn how to use multiplication facts to help solve these long division problems.
Standard Long Division In this tutorial students will learn the standard method to solve long division problems. The students will learn to Divide, Multiply, Subtract and then Bring Down. Students will also learn the acronym DMSB and the mnemonic “Does McDonalds Sell Burger” (DMSB). Finally, the students will learn the vocabulary: Divisor, Dividend and Quotient… Read More »
Ratios and Ratio Notation In this tutorial students will learn how to compare 2 quantities by division. They will also learn how to write those comparisons using 3 different notations. Those notations being, A:B, A to B, and A/B. Those comparisons can be PART to PART, PART to WHOLE and WHOLE to PART. Finally, it… Read More »
Convert a repeating decimal to a fraction In this tutorial the students will learn how convert a repeating decimal to a fraction. The students will also verify the results with the TI-84 Plus C graphing calculator.
Prime Factorization Playlist In this tutorial playlist students learn how to find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and Least Common Multiple (LCM) using Prime Factorization. Students will also used the TI-84 to verify our results. Sometime GFC is also referred to as GCD, Greatest Common Divisor. Virginia Standards of Learning(SOL) SOL 4.5 The student will a)… Read More »
Conversion Factors In this tutorial the student will learn how to use ratios to compare quantities that have different units. The students will also learn how to use a conversion factor. The conversion factor is then used to eliminate the unit of measure that is not needed.