Oh, actually, I did that right. Follow along with this example: The red circled number at the bottom our remainder. So we're going to do a little bit of long division is the way we set it up. So the first thing we want to do and think about is, well, does 8 go into 3?
You do not have to circle the remainder; we just circled ours so that you know which number it is.
However, sometimes our division problems will not come out evenly, and we will have another number not 0 when we do the last subtraction problem.
So 8 goes into 37 four times. And let's think about how many times does 8 go into However, you do still write the fraction as part of the quotient answer to your division problem. And now we're literally saying, how many times does 8 go into 11?
So we'll keep moving. And so now, we subtract again. So let's bring down the 7.