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## Division Resources for Test Prep

1. Checking Division - learn that multiplication is the inverse operation of division
2. Check It Out - uses manipulatives to divide by 6
3. Divide Two Fractions - This page will show you how to divide two fractions. There are three combinations of this. 1) Dividing two "normal" fractions, 2) Dividing a mixed number by a fraction, and 3) Dividing two mixed numbers. Fill in the boxes for the type of problem you need below, then click "Divide."
4. Divide Fractions With Lines - instruction and practice in dividing fractions. Each example will show visually how the divisor will fit into the dividend a whole number of times.
5. Divide Fractions With Circles - instruction and practice in dividing fractions. Each example will show visually how the divisor will fit into the dividend a whole number of times.
6. Divide Fractions-Strict - will give more instruction and practice in dividing fractions. Each quotient might be a number less than one or a mixed number larger than one. The quotient must be entered in lowest terms.
7. Dividing Fractions - animated explanation from Math is Fun
8. Dividing Fractions - The Math Page provides eight examples of dividing fractions
9. Dividing Fractions - index of lessons on dividing fractions
10. Dividing Fractions by Fractions - explanation, interactive practice and a timed quiz at AAA Math
11. Dividing Fractions - Practice Problems - Thirty-four practice problems from the Math Page.
12. Dividing Hundreds - explanation, practice and a quiz from AAA Math
13. Divide a 4 Digit by a 2 Digit number - explanation, practice and a quiz from AAA Math
14. Draggable Division - includes large and small numbers that can be dragged anywhere on the screen, the option for students to correct incorrect answers, new paper types, and more
15. Free Division Worksheets - two free division worksheets from Super Teacher
16. Index of Division Practice Pages - from AAA Math

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