Division Test Study Guide Test date: Friday 12/18 Students must be able to divide with multiples of 10, 100, 1000, etc. EXAMPLE: 4,080,000 ÷ 800 = 5,100 Students must be able to estimate quotients using the concept of “friendly numbers” (single digit divisors remain the same) EXAMPLE: 547 ÷ 7 1,275 ÷ 35 560 ÷ 7 = 80 1,200 ÷ 40 = 30 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. 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. Students must be able to calculate division problems using both the traditional method (one and two digit divisors) and short division method. 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. Students must define volume: Volume is defined as the measurement of space inside a 3-D figure.