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In the previous section, we learned how to multiply decimal numbers. In this section, we will learn how to divide decimal numbers. First, we will divide using diagrams. Next, we will divide using number lines. Then, we will divide using long division. When dividing using long division, the divisor must first be turned into a whole number by moving the decimal point over to the right one or more spaces. Next, the decimal point in the dividend must be moved over to the right the same number of spaces. The decimal point in the answer will line up with the decimal point in the dividend.

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Related concepts: Percents, fractions, and decimals,

- 1.How to do long division?a)How to do long division?b)How to divide decimals?
- 2.Divide using diagrams.a)3.4 ÷ 2b)1.8 ÷ 3
- 3.Divide using a number line.a)8 ÷ 0.5b)2 ÷ 0.4
- 4.Divide using long division.a)1.5 ÷ 0.1b)334.4 ÷ 4
- 5.Tim bought some of his favorite donuts at a local bakery. Each donut costs $0.50 and he spent $4.00 in total. How many donuts did he buy? Use long division to determine the answer.

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