## How to Divide on an Abacus with a Two Digit Divisor?

Now that we have learned Basic Division and Division with a Single Digit Divisor, let’s continue this time considering division

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# Category: Abacus Lessons

## How to Divide on an Abacus with a Two Digit Divisor?

## How to Divide on the Abacus?

## How to do Division with a Single Digit Divisor on the Abacus?

## How to Multiply on an Abacus?

## How to Multiply on the Abacus with a two digit multiplier?

## How to Multiply on the Abacus with Single Digit Multiplier?

## How To Add 2 and 3 Digit Numbers on an Abacus?

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 16 – Reverse Double Rod

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 15 – Forward Double Rod

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 14 – Reverse Double Five

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Now that we have learned Basic Division and Division with a Single Digit Divisor, let’s continue this time considering division

Continue readingWe begin learning to perform long division on the abacus with a single digit divisor. Just like in the standard

Continue readingIf this is your first time doing division on the abacus please see a more basic example, How to Divide

Continue readingSince multiplication is repeated addition, any multiplication problem can be solved on an abacus. To perform multiplication on an abacus,

Continue readingLet’s generalize what we did with Multiplication with Single Digit Multiplier to a multi-digit multiplier. In this case we will

Continue readingMultiplication on the abacus is simple, fast, and efficient. The pre-requisites for learning how to multiply on the abacus are

Continue readingTo add and subtract 2 and 3 digit numbers or even higher multi-digit numbers is the same as if we

Continue readingIn Lesson 11 we looked at the Forward Double Rod movement for addition problems. Now let’s take a look at the Reverse

Continue readingHere we will explore the final bead movement in our basic skill training program that looks at executing the 10

Continue readingIn Lesson 13 we explored the Forward Double Fives in the forward direction for addition. Now let’s take a look at

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