I have a spatial division problem that adds up the partial quotients on lines above the dividend. I've attached a picture of it in print and also, how I was thinking to transcribe it, after keying the labels. My concern is that I wonder if this layout is correct and if it would be confusing to a fifth grade reader. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
Thank you for the question and the supporting images.
I think you've done an excellent job of setting up this nontraditional spatial arrangment. (I assume that your "key to labels for the model" is outside the Nemeth Code switch indicators.) Your fifth grader will likely be able to parse this layout and so work with essentially the same information with which his or her print-reading counterparts are working.