**In this module, you can ****study how to divide decimal numbers.**

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When you divide one decimal number by another, the answer could be larger than either of the two starting numbers. For example, 0.6 divided by 0.2 gives you 3, which is larger than either 0.6 or 0.2.

**Study and practice**

- Study decimal divisionRead about decimal division at mathsisfun.com, watch some problems being solved (on the animation link from this page), then try a few problems on your own.
- Try your hand at dividing a decimal number by a whole numberPractice dividing decimal numbers with one or two digits to the right of the decimal place by a whole number.
- Try your hand at dividing decimal numbersPractice dividing a decimal number by a decimal number.
- Quiz yourself on decimal number divisionCheck your understanding of decimal number division at onlinemathlearning.com.

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