# Long Division

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I need examples on how to help my son do his homework. I'ts Long Division divide Multiply, Subtract then Pull down i have no idea how to do this can someone please help me???
examples on: 8divided by 96 and 6 divided by 84

• Long Division -

http://www.aaastudy.com/div.htm

You will need to scroll down and read the directions for dividing decimals. Your son's problems are

8.00 divided by 96
and
6.00 divided by 84

You will end up with answers that begin with 0.0___

• Long Division -

I bet you mean 96 divided by 8
**_1__________because 8 into 9 goes once_
8 |96

**_1___________ 1 times 8 is 8
8 |96
***8
***-- because 9-8 = 1
***1

**_1___________
8 |96
***8x bring down the six
***--
***16 so here is the six making 16

**_12__________8 into 16 is two
8 |96
***8x
***--
***16

**_12__________
8 |96
***8x
***--
***16
***16 two times eight is 16
-------
R = 0 because 16 - 16 = 0

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• Division -

121 divied by 16 =

• Long Division -

163/9

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