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iPhone® and iPod Touch® Longhand Division
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Welcome to Longhand Division
Longhand Division is a no-nonsense easy-to-use application available on the Apple iTunes Store. With Longhand Division you can divide two numbers and see the problem solved in school-style long form. All of the intermediate steps are displayed. You have your choice of dividing with a decimal point or dividing with a remainder.

Quick Note
Longhand Division works with all iOS devices running iOS 2.1 or greater. However, if your device uses iOS 4.3 or greater, please consider purchasing Longhand Math instead of Longhand Division. Here's why:
Longhand Math...
  • Does addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • It's Longhand Addition, Longhand Subtraction, Longhand Multiplication and Longhand Division rolled into one product.
  • Purchasing the four products above would cost almost $4.00
  • It looks better and is optimized for iPhone 5
Take A Look At Longhand Math

Longhand Division Screens
iPhone Division

How To Use Longhand Division
Select either the dividend or the divisor by touching the text entry box for the particular operand. Touch the number buttons to enter numbers into each selected multiplier. Touch the Decimal Divide button (d) button to perform a decimal division. Touch the Remainder Divide button (r) to perform a remainder division.

Dividend and Divisor
Touch the dividend or divisor to select it.

0-9
Enter digits into an operand.

Decimal Point (.)
Enter a decimal point into an operand.

<<
Clear the rightmost digit in the selected operand.

C
Completely clear the selected operand.

d
Divide the dividend by the divisor and display the quotient as a decimal.

r
Divide the dividend by the divisor and display the quotient as a remainder.

?
Switch to the help screen.

Even More Help
If your question has not been answered you are welcome to email us at support@MakeMathWork.com. Please include:
1. The name of this application: Longhand Division.
2. A detailed description of the problem.
3. The exact steps to reproduce the problem.
4. A screenshot if possible.

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