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Review of Chapters

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Question: What is the quotient? 48 / 6 = ____

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Answer: 48 / 6 = 8

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Question: What is the quotient? 27 / 9 = ____

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Answer: 27 / 9 = 3

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Question: What is the quotient? 24 / 6 = ____

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Answer: 24 / 6 = 4

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Question: What is the quotient? 18 / 2 = ____

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Answer: 18 / 2 = 9

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Question: What is the quotient? 12 / 2 = ____

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Answer: 12 / 2 = 6

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Question: What is the quotient? 10 / 10 = ____

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Answer: 10 / 10 = 1

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Question: What is the quotient? 12 / 1 = ____

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Answer: 12 / 1 = 12

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Question: Solve the problem. Four friends share 28 stickers equally. How many stickers does each friend get?

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Answer: Four friends share 28 stickers equally. How many stickers does each friend get? 28 / 4 = 7

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Question: Solve the problem. Melinda had $15. She buys slippers for $8. How much money does she have now?

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Answer: Melinda had $15. She buys slippers for $8. How much money does she have now? $ 15 - $8 = $7

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Question: Find the cost of one item. 2 pizzas cost $14 How much does 1 cost?

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Answer 2 pizzas cost $14 14 / 2 = 7

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Question: Find the cost of one item. 3 shirts cost $27 How much does 1 cost?

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Answer: 3 shirts cost $27 27 / 3 = 9

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Question: Find the cost of one item. 7 balls cost $21 How much does 1 cost?

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Answer: 7 balls cost $21 21 / 7 = 3

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Question: Nikki used a tin to make 3 batches of popovers. The she made 2 extra popovers. She made 26 popovers in all. How many popovers does the tin hold?

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Answer: Nikki used a tin to make 3 batches of popovers. The she made 2 extra popovers. She made 26 popovers in all. How many popovers does the tin hold? 26 – 2 = / 3 = 8

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Question: Roger earned $35. He made $15 from a paper route. He also walked 4 dogs after school. How much did Roger charge to walk each dog?

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Answer: Roger earned $35. He made $15 from a paper route. He also walked 4 dogs after school. How much did Roger charge to walk each dog? 35 – 15 = / 4 = 5

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