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78/132 = .5909
how do i get the answer here without using calculator?
any tips?

I grew up and taught for 20 years before calculators came into use.
We used long division, I think it still works. 
i did the long division but my answer doesn't make sense.
i got 1.7 and i stopped from there
can you explain how should i start it? 
This may help you.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/long_division.html
Make sure you divide 132 into 78.
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