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BRING DOWN

Wow! You’ve just completed every step of DMSB! But, wait! There’s more!

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We now have a new number and we have to start all over again…

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DIVIDE

First, we want to DIVIDE.

Ask yourself: “How many times can 3 go into 14?”

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DIVIDE

You want to find the closest number to 14 without going over!

In this case it’s 4 times because 3 x 4 is 12

5 times is too high since 3 x 5 = 15

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DIVIDE

Now, place your 4 above the 4, because 3 goes into 14 four times.

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You’ve just completed the divide. Now, we’ll move onto multiply.

The 4 becomes the second part of your quotient. You’re almost done!

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MULTIPLY

Next, you want to multiply 3 times 4:

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3 x 4 = 12 12

We do this because we said that 3 can go into 14 four times, but now we have to find out how close to 14 we can get. So we multiply!

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MULTIPLY

That was a really simple step!

Now, we want to move on to subtract!

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Now that we know how many times 3 goes into 14, we have to subtract to see the difference between the numbers:

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Good! We know 14-12 = 2. Leave your 2 in it’s spot, because we’re going to use it for the bring down!

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When you bring down, you’re moving the next part of your dividend into your workspace:

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But wait!! There’s nothing to bring down!! This is OK! You have no more numbers in your dividend to add to your workspace so you’re almost done! If there was a third number in our dividend, then we would start DMSB all over again! You want to keep going until you have nothing to bring down.

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The remainder is what you have left over (or what is remaining) after you have nothing to bring down:

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In this problem, the remainder is 2 because 14-12 = 2. Write your remainder next to your answer.

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