# Dividing decimals by integers

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##### Intros

###### Lessons

- Introduction to multiplying and dividing decimals with integers:
- What are the division rules for integers?
- What are the different formats that you can write a division statement?
- Dividing decimals with integers using mental math
- Dividing decimals with integers using regrouping
- Dividing decimals with integers using base ten (block) models
- Dividing decimals with integers using long multiplication

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##### Examples

###### Lessons

**Rewriting decimal-integer division statements and predicting answers**

Write each decimal and integer division statement intoand__long division format__. Then, state whether the answer will be__fraction format__.__positive or negative__**Dividing decimals with integers without regrouping**

Use mental math to divide the following! First decide if your answer is positive or negative. Then divide each place value with the integer value.**Dividing decimals with integers WITH regrouping**

Divide each decimal by each integer (regroup if necessary). Circle whether the answer will be positive or negative and rewrite the answer as a standard form decimal.**Dividing decimals with integers by using base ten (block) models**

Use base ten (block) models to represent the division statement, then solve.**Long division with decimals and integers**

Use the long division algorithm to divide each decimal with the integer given.

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