Demonstrates the algorithm for long division when dividing by a 1-digit number. This video is provided by the Learning Assistance Center of Howard Community College. For more math videos and. In arithmetic, long division is a standard division algorithm suitable for dividing multi-digit numbers that is simple enough to perform by hand. It breaks down a division problem into a series of easier steps. As in all division problems, one number, called the dividend, is divided by another, called the divisor, producing a result called the quotient. Math video teaches students how to do long division. How to Do Long Division. A part of basic arithmetic, long division is a method of solving and finding the remainder for division problems that involve numbers with at least two digits. Learning the basic steps of long division will allow. Long division calculator with step by step work for 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade & 6th grade students to verify the results of long division problems with or without remainder. Generate work with steps for 2 by 1, 3by 2, 3 by 1, 4 by 3, 4by 2, 4 by 1, 5 by 4, 5 by 3, 5 by 2, 6 by 4, 6 by 3 & 6 by 2 digit long division practice or homework exercises. Learn More at mathantics.com Visit for more Free math videos and additional subscription based content! Long division might look intimidating, but it's just an organized way to solve larger division problems. Learners need to have mastered their basic multiplication and division facts to do long division easily. The process also involves subtraction, so it's important that concepts such as regrouping be firmly. Let's tackle a slightly more interesting division problem. So we're going to take 280 and divide it by 5. And I encourage you to pause this video and try to apply the technique that we've seen in a previous video to try to figure out what 280 divided by 5 is. Introduction to long division with remainders. Let's now see if we can divide into larger numbers. And just as a starting point, in order to divide into larger numbers, you at least need to know your multiplication tables from the 1-multiplication tables all the way to, at least, the 10-multiplication. 4 ÷ 25 = 0 remainder 4: The first digit of the dividend (4) is divided by the divisor.: The whole number result is placed at the top. Any remainders are ignored at this point.