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Get Started Now- Intro Lesson17:11
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- Lesson: 1b2:51
- Lesson: 2a4:05
- Lesson: 2b2:01
- Lesson: 2c2:38
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In this section, we will keep working on dividing integers. We will learn how to read and represent division statements on a number line. We will then practice more integer divisions with actual numbers and word problems.

Related concepts: Multiplying and dividing monomials , Solving linear equations using multiplication and division, Solving one-step linear inequalities,

In this lesson, we will learn:

- Understanding Division Using a Number Line
- Solving Division Statements Using a Number Line
- Division Statements With Integer Quotients
- Division Statements With Non-Integer Quotients
- Word Problems of Dividing Integers

- Recurring/ repeating decimals: decimal numbers whose digits repeat forever.
- For the recurring decimals, we put either a bar or dots above the recurring parts.

- Introduction
__Introduction to division statements with non-integer quotients__ - 1.
**Understanding Division Using a Number Line**

What are the two division statements that each diagram represents?a)

b)

- 2.
**Solving Division Statements Using a Number Line**

Use a number line to find each quotient.a)(+10)÷(+5)b)(+8)÷(-2)c)(-12)÷(+4)d)(-9)÷(-3) - 3.
**Division Statements With Integer Quotients**

Solve.a)(+36)÷(-6)b)(-45)÷(+15)c)(-28)÷(-4)d)0÷(-16) - 4.Peter finished a 45 km long cycling trail. He first cycled for 3 hours and then, he took a break. Afterwards Peter cycled for another 2 hours to finish the trail. What was his cycling rate per hour? Were there any assumptions?

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