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European long division

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Description:  Different methods of long division
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math
Ed. topic:  Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
08 Jun 00   European long division by Edgar Browning
14 Jun 00   Re: European long division by Pat Ballew
16 Jun 00   Re: European long division by Pat Ballew
17 Jun 00   Re: European long division by Gail

Public Discussion
28 Jun 00   howdo you do your long division? What about short division? Ever heard of it? by sue page
18 Jul 01        Re: howdo you do your long division? What about short division? Ever heard of it? by Loyd
18 Jul 01   confused by bong
18 Jul 01        Re: confused by loyd
21 Jul 01   division by duna
22 Oct 01   a German algorithm by Chris
03 Oct 05        double division - a method for doing division by Jeff Wilson
04 Oct 05            Re: double division - a method for doing division by Chris
04 Oct 05                Re: Re: double division - a method for doing division by Jeff Wilson
15 Oct 05                    6th grade class learns 1-2-4-8 Division (double division) by Jeff Wilson
25 Jul 08        Re: a German algorithm by annie
22 May 02   Math in South America by Amy
23 Sep 07        Re: Math in South America by david lee
13 Oct 09   European long division with decimals by Mike
09 Nov 09        Re: European long division with decimals by Danielle Fiery
29 Oct 10   Euro division basics? by nit
10 Feb 14   Can anyone explain the steps in European Long Division by Robyn Fosgett

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