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A person wants to divide 660 buttons equally into two bags.
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How many buttons will be in each bag?
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A person has 660 buttons and two bags.
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If we take the 660 buttons and divide them evenly into the two bags, how many buttons will go in each bag.
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Mathematically, we represent this kind of division by 660 divided by two.
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And we ask how many times will two go into six?
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Three times.
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Three times two equals six.
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Six minus six equals zero.
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From there, we bring down the next six and we ask the question again how many times will two go into six?
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What is six divided by two?
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That’s three.
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Three times two equals six.
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Six minus six equals zero.
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We bring down the next digit to the right — zero.
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And we ask the question how many times does two go into zero?
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What is zero divided by two?
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Two goes into zero zero times.
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Zero times two equals zero.
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Zero minus zero equals zero and that completes our division.
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The quotient at the top 330 tells us how many times two will go into 660.
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It tells us that we would put 330 buttons in bag one and 330 buttons in bag two.