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Division Study Guide By: Ms. Brittany Guffey

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Divide. 57 ÷ 3 = ? 18 19 20 21

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**An oak table cost $96. That is 8 times as much as a pine table costs**

An oak table cost $96. That is 8 times as much as a pine table costs. How much does a pine table cost? $12 $11 $10 $9

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**Gerald spent $81 on 3 tickets to a game**

Gerald spent $81 on 3 tickets to a game. What is the cost of each ticket? $27 $28 $37 $38

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**Peter travels a total of 105 miles to and from work each week**

Peter travels a total of 105 miles to and from work each week. He works 5 days each week. How many miles does Peter travel each day? 525 miles 210 miles 21 miles 15 miles

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Divide. 65 ÷ 5 = ? 10 11 12 13

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Divide. 264 ÷ 6 =? 44 46 47 48

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**Juanita bought a computer for $2,205**

Juanita bought a computer for $2,205. She will make 9 equal payments to pay off the computer. How much is each payment? $225 $245 $255 $275

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**Jorge paid $3,795 for a used car**

Jorge paid $3,795 for a used car. He is going to pay it off in 5 equal payments. How much will each payment be? $759 $579 $975 None of the above.

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**The workers paved 1,353 feet of a road today**

The workers paved 1,353 feet of a road today. That is 3 times as long as they paved yesterday. How much of the road did the workers pave yesterday? 450 feet 451 feet 551 feet 4,059 feet

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**Paul spent $92 on 4 theater tickets**

Paul spent $92 on 4 theater tickets. How much was each ticket individually? $32 $76 $23 $13

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**Danika hiked 4, 569 feet yesterday**

Danika hiked 4, 569 feet yesterday. That is 3 times farther than what she hiked today. How many feet did she hike today? 1, 253 1, 523 2, 513 2, 135

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**Workers packed 896 dishes into 8 boxes. How many dishes are in each box? 212 221 113 112 **

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Divide. 65 ÷ 3 = ? 20 R4 21 R2 22 R1 22 R2

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A total of 113 people signed up to take tennis lessons at the recreation center. Five people can have lessons every hour. How many hours are needed for everyone to have a lesson? 20 hours 22 hours 23 hours 25 hours

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**Which division sentence has a remainder? 99 ÷3 38 ÷ 2 77 ÷ 6 65 ÷ 5**

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Divide. 2,603 ÷ 9 289 R2 289 R6 290 R2 291 R2

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**The fourth grade class collected 58 bottles to recycle**

The fourth grade class collected 58 bottles to recycle. The students will pack 8 bottles in each box. The recycling depot only accepts full boxes. How many boxes will the class take to the recycling depot?

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Nicole found that 3,429 ÷ 4 = 857 R1. Which can she use to check that her answer is correct? (1 x 3,429) +4 (4 x 857) + 1 (4 x 1) (4 x 857) x 1

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**The school science club is going to the museum**

The school science club is going to the museum. There are 38 boys and 21 girls in the club. A van can take 8 students. How many vans are needed to take the science club members to the museum? 7 9 8 10

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**The number being divided or divided into is called the _______________________**

Dividend Divisor Quotient Product

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**The answer to a division problem is called the __________________.**

Dividend Divisor Quotient Product

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**The number you divide by is called the ____________.**

Dividend Divisor Quotient Product

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**There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party**

There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party. Each dining table seats 5 people. (a) Write a number sentence showing how you could find the number tables needed. Use a variable to represent the number of tables. (b) How many tables are needed? Be sure to show your work and explain your thinking. (c) Show and explain how you would check your answer to this problem: 2, 360 ÷ 5.

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**There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party**

There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party. Each dining table seats 5 people. (a) Write a number sentence showing how you could find the number of people at each table. Use a variable to represent the number people at each table.

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**There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party**

There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party. Each dining table seats 5 people. (b) How many people are at each table? Be sure to show your work and explain your thinking.

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**There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party**

There are 2, 360 people at a dinner party. Each dining table seats 5 people. (c) Show and explain how you would check your answer to this problem: 2, 360 ÷ 5.

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