00:0-1 | Welcome back , mathematicians to math with Mr Almeida today |

00:04 | we're gonna be talking about division . And when we |

00:09 | talk about division , you might be wondering why , |

00:12 | If we're talking about division , you actually see a |

00:15 | multiplication problem right here . And it's an interesting question |

00:19 | that you ask . But today I'm going to explain |

00:22 | to you what really division is all about , because |

00:25 | once you understand what multiplication is about , then you |

00:28 | truly understand what division is all about . So I'm |

00:31 | gonna start with multiplication . Um , you've basically seen |

00:34 | this fact before For times eight is equal to 32 |

00:40 | . Um , that means four times a is 32 |

00:43 | . So I'm going to get here and actually call |

00:48 | the I'm gonna name the names that we call numbers |

00:52 | that we used to multiply . So for is a |

00:55 | number that we're that we're using to multiply and eight |

00:59 | is the number that we're using to multiply as well |

01:02 | . The numbers that we use to multiply are actually |

01:05 | called factors factors and a factor is a number that |

01:14 | is used to multiply . So we can say that |

01:18 | for is a factor and eight is a factor and |

01:22 | they produce . They make ah product of third of |

01:27 | 32 . So the answer we get after we multiply |

01:30 | is called the product . It's called the product . |

01:34 | So we have for is a factor and a is |

01:38 | a factor . Both the factors four and eight , |

01:41 | um , when multiplied by each other , make a |

01:46 | product of 32 . So again , I just want |

01:48 | to focus on this word factor . Because once you |

01:50 | understand what a factor is , it makes your world |

01:53 | a whole lot easier when it comes to division . |

01:55 | So once again , in multiplication , um , the |

01:59 | four is a factor , and the eight is a |

02:02 | factor . Um , when I multiply the factors together |

02:06 | , I get a product of 32 . So four |

02:09 | times eight is 32 4 and eight are factors . |

02:12 | Um , in this problem , once you understand that |

02:16 | and you know your basic multiplication fax , like four |

02:19 | times 8 . 30 to 5 times four is 26 |

02:24 | times nine is 54 . Once you know those basic |

02:28 | fax , um , then we can actually move forward |

02:32 | . Uh , let me just write this down again |

02:33 | . So we have six times nine equals 54 . |

02:40 | And so we're saying that six is a factor and |

02:44 | nine is a factor and they're making a product of |

02:48 | 54 . So both six and nine are both factors |

02:56 | , so that's a factor . And this is a |

02:58 | factor as well . Six is a factor and nine |

03:01 | is a factor . One more problem , Uh , |

03:03 | two times seven Now to is a factor and seven |

03:10 | is a factor as well . I think you get |

03:12 | the point . I'm not going to spend too much |

03:14 | time on that because I think it speaks for itself |

03:17 | . And if you need to go back , you |

03:19 | can always rewind the video to go back . However |

03:22 | , now , once we understand what factors are and |

03:25 | we know a multiplication problem is just multiplying factors . |

03:28 | Now we can move on to division division . Um |

03:37 | , you've been told that division has something to do |

03:39 | with multiplication , but I'm gonna make it so clear |

03:42 | for you . Toe . Explain to you what division |

03:44 | is Division is simply an unknown factor problem . That's |

03:50 | all it iss . So you know what ? You're |

03:53 | going to get it the end . You're just trying |

03:55 | to find some number to multiply by another number to |

03:59 | get a certain number . That's what division is . |

04:02 | So you've been asked in the past to find 32 |

04:04 | divided by eight . Basically , what this is saying |

04:08 | is we want to find a number that when we |

04:13 | multiply by eight , we get 32 . So 32 |

04:19 | divided by eight can also be thought of as an |

04:22 | unknown factor problem . By thinking about it this way |

04:25 | , you can say eight times what number equals 32 |

04:33 | eight times what number equals 30 to what we know |

04:36 | . That eight times four is 32 . So essentially |

04:40 | , that is all we're being asked to do . |

04:41 | We're being asked to find the unknown factor . That's |

04:45 | what a division problem is . So when you see |

04:47 | 32 divided by eight , you're really being asked eight |

04:51 | times what number gives me 32 eight times what number |

04:58 | gives me 32 . And the answer to that question |

05:01 | is four . So that's why 32 divided by eight |

05:05 | is four . Let me give you another example . |

05:10 | So when you when you see this division problem , |

05:13 | say , for example , you have , uh , |

05:17 | 40 divided by five , you're really being asked what |

05:29 | problem ? Five times what number equals 40 right , |

05:38 | five times what number equals 40 . And in fact |

05:41 | , let me get rid of this equal sign . |

05:43 | I misused it . Me ? Just erase this . |

05:49 | Okay ? What you're really being asked is go back |

05:57 | to the pen . Okay , so we have 40 |

06:00 | . Divided by five is really asking you five times |

06:03 | what number equals 40 . Or you can rewrite it |

06:10 | . The way you see it , you can say |

06:12 | five times What number gives you 40 . And the |

06:15 | answer to that ? The missing factor that we multiply |

06:19 | five by is eight . And that's why the answer |

06:23 | to 40 divided by five is eight . So we |

06:26 | have five times eight is equal to 40 . So |

06:30 | when you see a division problem , it's really an |

06:33 | unknown factor . Problem ? All you really have to |

06:36 | memorize are your multiple . You really have to know |

06:39 | . Here are your multiplication fax to solve the vision |

06:42 | problems . For example , if you see this problem |

06:45 | here might say four times what number equals 12 . |

06:51 | Well , this looks like this looks like it's a |

06:54 | multiplication problem , but it's not because what am I |

06:57 | missing ? I'm missing a factor . So because I'm |

07:00 | missing a factor , I am missing a factor . |

07:08 | This is a division problem . So what I'm really |

07:12 | being asked is four times what number equals 12 and |

07:16 | the and the missing factor is three . So written |

07:20 | a different way . The question could have been asked |

07:23 | . 12 divided by four equals What number ? Basically |

07:29 | , what you would say issue would say four times |

07:32 | . What number gives me a product of 12 ? |

07:36 | And the answer to that is three . And that's |

07:38 | why 12 Divided by forest three . Let me give |

07:41 | you one more division problem . Let's choose different colleges |

07:45 | for fun here . So we have 24 divided by |

07:55 | four is equal to what ? So basically all you |

08:02 | have to ask yourself this . Say what number I |

08:04 | have to find the number that makes 24 when multiplied |

08:08 | by four . What number do I multiply four by |

08:12 | to get 24 ? Well , the answer is six |

08:16 | . So again , going back to this , all |

08:18 | you really have to know are your multiplication fax . |

08:22 | And if you know them clearly , division is going |

08:25 | to really be very simple for you all you're being |

08:29 | asked and this is the way to look at it |

08:32 | . This first number is what you're trying to get |

08:34 | to . You're basically looking at this number to the |

08:38 | right of the division sign and saying , What number |

08:41 | do I have to multiply ? This This number by |

08:43 | to get this number . What number do I have |

08:46 | to multiply the five by to get 40 and the |

08:50 | answers ? Eight . What number do I have to |

08:51 | multiply the four by to get 12 f Multiply four |

08:55 | by three . And what number do I have to |

08:57 | multiply four by to get 24 I have to multiply |

09:01 | four times six . So thinking about it that way |

09:04 | will really help you to understand what division is again |

09:07 | . Division is just unknown . Factor Problem when you |

09:10 | walk away from this video , if you can repeat |

09:12 | to yourself three times , division is just an unknown |

09:15 | factor . Problem division is just an unknown factor . |

09:19 | Problem division is just an unknown factor problem . You |

09:23 | will walk away understanding what division is with whole numbers |

09:27 | . Help you enjoy and continue your journey with mathematics |

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Mr. Almeida explains the meaning of division as an "unknown factor problem." This illustrates 3.OA.6 in the grade 3 Common Core Standards for Mathematics.

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3.OA.6 - Meaning of Division (Singapore Math) is a free educational video by MathwithMrAlmeda.It helps students in grades 3 practice the following standards 3.OA.B.6.

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1. 3.OA.B.6 :** Understand division as an unknown-factor problem. For example, divide 32 ÷ 8 by finding the number that makes 32 when multiplied by 8. .

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**3.OA.B.6**