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Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down. Online Education Songs.
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LYRICS
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Five Groups of Five are 29
Their Product is 25

Put That 5 Above the Line
On Top off the Line

Then Draw a Subtraction Sign
And Write the 25

The Difference is Four and There's One Step More
Bring the Eight Down Next to the Four

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down
That's How A Quotient is Found

Divide 48 By Groups of Five
You Will Find That There Are Nine.

Put That Nine Above The Line
And Multiply Nine By Five

Then Draw A Subtraction Sign
And Write the 45

The Remainder is Three
So Write Our Three
That's How Easy Division Can Be

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down
That's How A Quotient is Found

Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down
That's How A Quotient is Found!

And When There's a Remainder,
Write R Followed by What is Left Over

That's How A Quotient is Found!
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