__Objectives__

At the end of this lesson, students should be able to divide a decimal number by another decimal.

Consider the number line below. How many times is 0.4 contained in 1-2?

- We can see that 0.4 is contained in 1.2 three (3) times.
- The division methods can also be used to solve this question as follows:

and any number multiplied by 1 remains the same without a change in value).

Based on this understanding, decimals can be multiplied by other decimals by following a few steps as follows

__Unit 10 Lesson 18: Exercise 1__

**Complete the following divisions.**

1. 12 2. 119 3. 6.2 4. 2.5 5. 1367

6. 34.1 7. 51.2 8. 531.3 9. 24.3 10. 6.32

6. 34.1 7. 51.2 8. 531.3 9. 24.3 10. 6.32

__Unit 10 Lesson 18: Exercise 2__

1. 65.365 2. 690.1 3. 0.463 4. 40.6 5. 4.21

6. 2.67 7. 1.68 8. 2.13 9. 82.4 10. 12.3

6. 2.67 7. 1.68 8. 2.13 9. 82.4 10. 12.3

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