IN MATH: 1. v. to perform the operation of division. EX. What's 19 divided by 2?

IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to seperate into pieces. EX. Divide and conquer!

Divide | ||

Don't | ||

Mess | ||

Sunday | ||

Best | ||

Don't | Divide | |

Mess | Multiply | |

Sunday | Subtract | |

Best | Bring Down | |

Don't | Divide | - Divide the outside number into the leftmost digit under the division sign and place the answer digit above the leftmost digit under the division sign |

Mess | Multiply | - Multiple the outside number by the answer digit above the leftmost digit under the division sign and write this product below the leftmost digit under the division sign |

Sunday | Subtract |
- Subtract this product from the leftmost digit under the division sign and
write difference below the subtraction. If the difference is greater than or equal to the outside number, repeat the above process using an answer digit that is just 1 larger than before. If the difference is less than the outside number, continue with the next step. |

Best | Bring Down |
- Bring down the the next unused leftmost digit under the division sign and
repeat the process -- Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down. Repeat the process until each digit under the division sign has been used. The last difference is the remainder and is written above the division sign after an "r." |

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