Division Tricks

# Division Tricks Video Lecture | Vedic Mathematics for Junior Classes - Class 5

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## FAQs on Division Tricks Video Lecture - Vedic Mathematics for Junior Classes - Class 5

 1. What are some useful tricks for division?
Ans. Some useful tricks for division include using multiplication facts, using estimation, using repeated subtraction, and using the distributive property.
 2. How can multiplication facts be used to solve division problems?
Ans. Multiplication facts can be used to solve division problems by finding the inverse operation. For example, if the multiplication fact is 5 x 3 = 15, then the division problem would be 15 ÷ 3 = 5.
 3. How does estimation help in division?
Ans. Estimation helps in division by providing a rough idea of the quotient. Estimating the quotient can be useful to check if the answer obtained through division is reasonable or not.
 4. What is repeated subtraction and how is it used in division?
Ans. Repeated subtraction is a method used in division where the divisor is repeatedly subtracted from the dividend until it becomes less than the divisor. The number of times the subtraction is performed gives the quotient.
 5. How does the distributive property help in division?
Ans. The distributive property of division states that dividing a number by a sum of two numbers is the same as dividing the number separately by each of the two numbers and then adding the two quotients obtained. This property can be helpful when dealing with complex division problems involving multiple divisors.

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