Learn the mechanics of long division with a touch interface. Drag digits down, slide the decimal into the correct position, and tap to identify repeating decimals.
Say you have 8)256. Drag 8 into ‘25’ and find the correct multiple. Then drag the 6 down and finish the problem!
Learning long division can be enjoyable when you’re not slowed down by pencil/paper or lost without instant feedback.
Master long division by practicing on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch!
Long Division Basics
Zero up top
Decimals in the Divisor
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Ratings and Reviews
Great learning tool
Both my kids breeze through understanding new concepts in math, and both struggle with following the mechanics and keeping steps straight. I did, too, when I was their age. Long division was tough on my older child and we're bracing for the young one now. No longer! He has picked this up as a game and it has allowed us to talk about so many concepts while drilling down the mechanics. He might not yet remember all the steps, but he's ready when they start this in school next year. Incidentally, my oldest, who still needs a reminder once in a while, has picked this with a tinge of reproach -- why did you not get this for me? I strongly believe that many kids assume their brains are not made for math because of a few milestones: multiplication tables, long division, adding fractions. Tools such as these, showing all levels of a concept in one app are key for kids who need context when they learn. The tool is not just a repetitive worksheet, it shows how the steps connect, what the goal of each step is and how the same algorithm works for complicated numbers. I agree, using this as a regular calculator would be sweet, as would be an advanced mode where kids could enter numbers rather than use arrows. That would allow them to connect with their freshly acquired multiplication tables. Are there more such tools? (Long multiplications, factorization, fractions operations, etc)
As an adult who never understood division (I'm one of those people who's great with language and terrible at math), I'm happy to say that, at 28 years old, I can finally divide! It's the little things in life, you know? I don't know if this app is an effective teaching tool for children but it sure worked for me!
I am 32 years old and heading back to college, completely bombed my math placement test because, I never use it, lol. This is great to brush up on basic skills you have forgotten. Within minutes I am good at long division and moving on confident. I recommend for everyone. 5 star!!!
- Regular Berry Software LLC
- 3.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Unlimited Problems Free
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.