Unfortunately, I dont know how to show a long division, keeping all digits positioned correctly, so the best I can do is "talk" about it. Since 119 is less than 140, of course, the quotient will be less than 1. So we write a "." and add a 0: 119.0 and divide 140 into 1190. After,perhaps, a little trial division we see that 8*140= 1120 and 1190- 1120= 70< 119. That is, the first decimal place in the quotient is .8 and the remainder is 70. Bringing down a 0, we now want to divide 140 into 700. It turns out that 5*(140)= 700 exactly so 140 divides into 119 exactly .85 times. More commonly, we never get a remainder of 0 so we just keep dividing getting an infinite (though repeating) decimal.