In this video, we learn how to do long division in your head. Start off by trying to do a division problem in your head that divides evenly. This will help you start to get used to doing division in your head. If you come across a problem where you have to carry a number, don't forget to remember it. If you can see a pattern in any division problem, you will be able to solve any problem that you come across. This can be used for small division problems as well as extremely long division problems. Using the technique of seeing patterns will also help you in other math related problems.
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