# What is a real world example of division?

## What is a real world example of division?

She buys a bag that has 340 pieces of candy in it. She wants to divide the candy into treat bags for her students for an upcoming holiday. How many pieces should each child get? Now, obviously a teacher is going to give equal numbers, so the student has to divide.

**Why is division important in our life?**

Division allows us to divide or ‘share’ numbers to find an answer. For example, let’s consider how we would find the answer to 10 รท 2 (ten divided by two). This is the same as ‘sharing’ 10 sweets between 2 children.

**What is the purpose of division?**

The division is an operation inverse of multiplication. If 3 groups of 4 make 12 in multiplication; 12 divided into 3 equal groups give 4 in each group in division. The main goal of the division is to see how many equal groups or how many in each group when sharing fairly.

### How multiplication and division is useful in our daily life?

It is also important in many everyday situations. For children, it could be helpful as well, in calculations like dividing the money among siblings. In daily life, there are many situations, such as cooking, gardening, and collecting data about the number of people that can benefit from having a multiplication table.

**What I learned about division?**

A division equation is made up of three parts: The dividend is the number that’s being divided (the first number in the problem). The divisor is the number the dividend is being divided by (the second number in the problem.) The quotient is the number of times the divisor will go into the dividend (the solution).

**What does division mean in school?**

If a student gets 80% or more than 80% marks in intermediate exams then student is passed with first Division with Honours. If student gets below 80 but above 60% then he or she is first division. If student gets below 60% but above 45% then it is said to be second division.

#### Why do students need to learn division?

Learning division is an essential step as your students prepare for more advanced math concepts. Division builds on the addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills your child has already learned. After students master basic division facts, they will learn long division with multi-digit numbers and remainders.

**What is real life example of multiplication applied in our daily life?**

**Why do we use Division in our lives?**

There are a few reasons why and actually many places where we use division in our lives. Division is something that you use daily. If you are in a Rock group of any kind or a band for instance. You might be the lead singer, the guitarist or even the drummer.

## Why use real-world dividing scenarios?

Using these hands-on real-world dividing fractions scenarios will make it much easier for your students to make the connections they need before teaching them the standard algorithm. Feel free to show these to your students, or you can bring food into the classroom and have them try it for themselves!

**What are the applications of dividing in real life?**

Thanks in advance. Dividing can help simplify equations for purposes of doing integrals (which, in turn, is useful in analyzing various systems, calculus makes the world go round) Another application is in computer science.

**What are some real-world applications of dividing large numbers?**

Money is one real-world application that often requires dividing large numbers. Consider the following real-life example that your child can probably relate to: Grandma has $1,000 to spend on her grandkids for birthdays this year. She wants to spend the same amount on each child. She has 8 grandkids. How much money will she spend on each one?