This page provides a math calculator to solve long division. The calculator provides solutions for both remainder and decimal methods. In addition, the work and steps to get the answer are shown in a table.

Method example, the table below shows what to expect for the solution for both methods. The examples uses 5 divided by 2.

Remainder |
Decimal |

2 R 1 | 2.5 |

Long Division Calculator

Solution

Enter Values and Press Calculate

Solution Work Shown

To compute the answer or quotient perform the following steps:

1) Select input method.

2) Enter divisor.

3) Enter dividend.

4) Press Calculate.

Note, see below for input restrictions.

If any of the following are true an error message will be displayed:

1) Divisor is greater than the dividend.

2) The divisor or dividend is less than 1. This includes zero and negative numbers.

3) The divisor or dividend is missing.

If any of the following are true an error message will be displayed:

To following will cause error messages:

1) The divisor is set to zero.

2) The divisor or dividend is missing.

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