# Division Test Study Guide Test date: Friday 12/18 ```Division Test Study Guide
Test date: Friday 12/18
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Students must be able to divide with multiples of 10, 100, 1000, etc.
EXAMPLE: 4,080,000 &divide; 800 = 5,100
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Students must be able to estimate quotients using the concept of “friendly numbers” (single digit
divisors remain the same)
EXAMPLE: 547 &divide; 7
1,275 &divide; 35
560 &divide; 7 = 80
1,200 &divide; 40 = 30
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Students must be able to divide with zero, one and by itself.
o If the zero is the dividend, the quotient is zero.
o If the zero is the divisor, the quotient is “undefined”.
o If both the dividend and divisor are the same number, the quotient is one.
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Students must be able to solve word problems using the Four Step Problem Solving Method.
Students must be able to decide to keep, round or drop the remainder.
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Students must be able to calculate division problems using both the traditional method (one and
two digit divisors) and short division method.
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Students must be able to calculate volume by multiplying LxWxH, to find a missing dimension
when given the volume, and to list possible dimensions when given the volume.
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Students must define volume:
Volume is defined as the measurement of space inside a 3-D figure.
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