# B20.<= to the length of the dividend

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In summary, to divide using c-strips, you make a train of the divisor that is less than or equal to the dividend. If the train is the same length as the dividend, there is no remainder. The division can also be represented using numbers as in ?/?=? remainder ? since ?=?*?.
karush
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MHB

Do the division using the c-strips to make a train of as many of the divisor as possible such that the length of the train you make is less than or equal to the length of the dividend, and if you were to add one more of the divisor to the train, it would be longer than the dividend.
If the train ends up being the same length as the dividend, there will be no remainder and the second blank will be empty.
a. Make a diagram using c-strips.
b. In terms of the strips $B+P=\boxed{?}$ reminder $\boxed{?}$ since $B=\cdot P+\boxed{?}$
c. In terms of the numbers $\boxed{?}/ \boxed{?}=\boxed{?}$ remainder $\boxed{?}$ since $\boxed{?}=\boxed{?} \cdot \boxed{?}$

sorry I just think the way this was written was ? just a simple division problem with a remainder

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Is this a "Math for Elementary School Teachers" class? It looks like the way one would introduce division in an elementary class. To demonstrate "6/2" one could take a strip of paper 6" long and 3 strips 2" and line the 2" strips along side the 6" strip.

## What is B20.<= to the length of the dividend?

B20.<= to the length of the dividend is a mathematical notation that represents the comparison of two values: B20 and the length of the dividend. The symbol "<=" means "less than or equal to" and is used to indicate that B20 is either less than or equal to the length of the dividend.

## What is the purpose of using B20.<= to the length of the dividend?

The purpose of using B20.<= to the length of the dividend is to compare the values of B20 and the length of the dividend. This comparison can be used to determine if B20 is smaller or equal in length to the dividend, or if it is larger.

## How is B20.<= to the length of the dividend calculated?

B20.<= to the length of the dividend is calculated by first determining the length of the dividend and then comparing it to the value of B20. If B20 is smaller or equal in length to the dividend, the statement B20.<= to the length of the dividend will evaluate to true. Otherwise, it will evaluate to false.

## What does it mean if B20.<= to the length of the dividend is true?

If B20.<= to the length of the dividend is true, it means that B20 is either smaller or equal in length to the dividend. This can be interpreted as B20 being a subset of the dividend, or that B20 can fit within the length of the dividend without exceeding it.

## Can B20.<= to the length of the dividend be used with any type of data?

Yes, B20.<= to the length of the dividend can be used with any type of data as long as the data can be compared in terms of length. This includes numerical values, strings, and other data types that have a defined length. However, the comparison may not always be meaningful depending on the data being compared.

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