# Identifying Parts of a Division Problem

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This center will help students practice identifying the divisor, the dividend, and the quotient of a division problem.

This seven page center includes:

- cover page with directions
- 20 division problem cards
- a recording sheet

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Top Priority Teaching  (TpT Seller)
Hi! I have another question. I just noticed (after laminating & cutting all the pieces out LOL) that you have the quotient and divisor mixed up. The divisor bubble is pointing to where the answer goes, which is the quotient and the quotient bubble is pointing to where the divisor is. Is there any way you can switch these around? Thanks :)
January 28, 2013
Hi Dorlisa,

The lines and bubbles aren't meant to point to the specific numbers/names. Everything points back to the general box. The dividend and divisor are the first numbers given, so their bubbles are on top. The quotient is unknown, so the bubble is on the bottom. I'm also extremely OCD and the lines on top had to be aligned with the line on the bottom.

Hope this clears things up. :)
January 28, 2013

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I just purchased your Identifying Parts of a Division Problem & was wondering if there is suppose to be writing on the pages. All I see is a black smudge mark where I'm assuming there is suppose to be words. I'm going to try to open it on my school computer tomorrow & see if I get the same black marks.
January 23, 2013
Hi Dorlisa! Thanks for purchasing the activity. Sorry you're experiencing some issues. Actually, what you're experiencing is an easy fix. Here's what the TpT download/purchases page says:

"If you purchased a PDF and it is after you open it, solve it this way: on a MAC or PC, install the latest version of ADOBE READER. Then, open the file with ADOBE READER. That's it. On a MAC, make sure to "Open With" ADOBE READER and NOT Preview. If it's still blurry, that's because you are still opening it with Preview!"

I had the same issue when I first got my Mac, but followed these steps. Problem solved! Hope this helps you. Let me know if it doesn't and I'll be glad to assist you further. :)

Dana
January 25, 2013

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