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Gr4 U5 L2

Math 4th Grade Unit 5 Lesson 2

Dividend The numbers to be divided.
Divisor The number by which another number is divided.
Quotient The answer to a division problem.
Remainder The number that remains after the division is complete.
Division to divide; sharing or grouping a number into equal parts.
Divisible Can be divided by another number without leaving a remainder
Estimate an approximate rather than an exact answer
Scaffolding Division The scaffolding algorithm allows students to use partial quotients that are familiar. The partial quotients are subtracted from the dividend until the dividend is smaller than the divisor.
Rounding replacing a number that tells about how many or how much.
Overestimate An estimate that is greater than the exact answer.
Underestimate An estimate that is less than the exact answer.
Factors The numbers multiplied together to find a product.
Product The answer to a multiplication problem.
Inverse Two operations that undo each other. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Multiplication and division are inverse operations.
Created by: twaller