This video shows you graphically how to learn to divide basic numbers. You are first shown how division works by dividing up money between cartoon characters, and this is then translated into a proper mathematical equation. The teacher does a very good job of showing us that division is an operation performed by everyone almost everyday at some level, and he also shows us how division is actually a reverse of multiplication. By watching this video, you'll be able to learn division of basic numbers in a fun and easy way.
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