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### Course: Arithmetic (all content)>Unit 3

Lesson 15: Multi-digit division (remainders)

# Dividing by 2-digits: 6250÷25

Learn to divide a  2-digit number into a larger number. Created by Sal Khan.

## Want to join the conversation?

• I get mixed up with quotients and products sometimes. which is which?
• A quotient is the answer to a division problem example: 80 / 40=2,so 2 would be the quotient.A product would be the answer to a multiplication problem example:2x40=80,so 80 is the product.
• who is watching this in 2020?
• im watching in 2021
• wow all of these comments are so old
• Ya I know these people are probably adults by now.
• why 5 time...??
• Sal knew that multiplying by 5 would give him the result he wanted. If you don't know to do times 5, you need to guess and check. You might guess 4 and see that it is a little low. You might guess 6 and see that it is too much. Finally, you settle on 5.
• This is a very good lesson for me to learn
• if any one is one khan academy please talk with me im bord
• Y is 67 duvidid 736737 it is hard