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Divide using the concept of multiples. If the dividend isn't a multiple of the divisor, use the multiple of the divisor that is closest to but less than the dividend and then find the remainder

A. Solve a division problem (number in each group) with a remainder based on a model

B. Solve a division problem (number of groups) with a remainder based on a model

C. Solve a division problem (number in each group) with a remainder using an array model

D. Solve a division problem (number of groups) with a remainder using an array model

E. Multiply to find multiples of a given number

F. List and identify multiples of a given number

H. Model division (number in each group) with a remainder using a tape diagram

I. Model division (number of groups) with a remainder using a tape diagram

J. Solve a division problem with a remainder using the closest multiplication fact

K. Solve a division problem with a remainder

L. Solve a division word problem (number of groups) with a remainder using a tape diagram and an equation

M. Solve a division word problem (number in each group) with a remainder using a tape diagram and an equation

N. Model and solve a division problem, and identify the divisor

O. Model and solve a division problem using long division (single-digit quotient)

P. Solve a division problem (number in each group) with a remainder using a disk model

Q. Model and solve a division problem using long division (two-digit quotient)

R. Model and solve a division problem that involves regrouping

S. Model and solve a division problem that involves regrouping using long division (two-digit quotient)

T. Model and solve a division problem that involves regrouping using long division (two-digit quotient) (Level 2)

U. Model and solve a division problem using long division by recording partial quotients

V. Use long division to solve problems with a 2-digit quotient

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