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© 2004 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited Contemporary Financial Management Chapter 8: The Cost of Capital.

are the costs associated with making a new issue of equity to the public.  To sell a new issue of shares, the sale price may have to be set below the current market price. Current market price represents an equilibrium between /as a whole.  Each division could have its own beta and discount rate.  Should reflect both the differential risks and the differential normal debt ratios for each division. © 2004 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited 18 Depreciation  A major source of funds  Equal/


Chapter 17Copyright ©2008 by South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 1 MKTG Designed by Amy McGuire, B-books, Ltd. Prepared.

of bargain-priced private and generic brands Price cutting as a strategy to maintain or regain market share Internet used for comparison shopping Chapter 17Copyright ©2008 by South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 6 REVIEW/Establish Price LO 3 Price Equilibrium Price Equilibrium The price at which demand and supply are equal. The price at which demand and supply are equal. Elasticity of Demand Consumers’ responsiveness or sensitivity to changes in price. Consumers’ responsiveness /


Chapter 14: Fair Division Part 4 – Divide and Choose for more than two players.

case there will be four rounds). The last round is always a simple divide and choose between the remaining two players. The process of division is as follows: –We begin when P1 cuts a piece. The other players examine the piece. They can cut it or pass. If all pass/land represents at least 4/5 of the total island because they approved of the first cut and considered it less or equal to a fair share. The first to cut in the next round is the first of the remaining players from the ordered list of players /


Chapter 14: Fair Division Part 5 – Defining Fairness.

. What is Fair ? It is important to keep in mind assumptions implicit in our definitions. As the preceding example illustrates, our definition of fairness is restricted to situations in which all participants to a division do have equal claim (or equal responsibility to share) in whatever is being divided. Also, as illustrated by the example of the new employees with different workloads, perhaps some allocation can/


1 Accounting for partnerships. PARTNERSHIP FORM OF ENTITY A partnership is defined as … – Is a contract whereby two or more persons bind themselves to.

partnerships Advantages Combining skills and resources of 2 or more individuals Ease of formation Not subject to as much government regulation as companies Ease of decision making No taxation on partnership profits Disadvantages Mutual agency Limited life Unlimited liability /balances 10% Bonus to S. Lee Remainder shared equally – Beginning capital balances Kings P28 000 and Lee P24 000 – Profit for the year is P5,000 32 Dividing profit or loss continued Division of profit Kings LeeRunning bal. Net Profit /


Math Module 3 Multi-Digit Multiplication and Division Topic E: Division of Tens and Ones with Successive Remainders Lesson 19: Explain remainders by using.

is the remaining 2 ones from the whole. Forty-one is the whole. 2 u Concept Development Problem 2: Model division with remainders in the tens and ones places using number disks. Lesson 19 Share $64 as 6 tens and 4 ones equally between 4 friends. Tell your partner what happens when we have an extra ten we can’t distribute. We break the/


Excursions in Modern Mathematics, 7e: 3.2 - 2Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. 3 The Mathematics of Sharing 3.1Fair-Division Games 3.2Two Players:

informally it is best known as the you cut–I choose method. As this name suggests, one player, called the divider, divides S into two shares, and the second player, called the chooser, picks the share he or she wants, leaving the other share to the divider. Divider-/, but with just a little luck the chooser can end up with a share worth more than 50%. Since a fair-division method should treat all players equally, both players should have an equal chance of being the chooser. This is best done by means of a/


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transfer of shares. © 2004 West Legal Studies in Business A Division of Thomson Learning 9 Classification of Corporations “S Corporations”: Avoids the federal “double taxation” of regular corporations at the corporate level. Only dividends are taxed to the shareholders as personal income/or buy shares is a breach of contract. Par-value shares: corporation must have a value equal to the total value of the shares. Par-value shares: corporation must have a value equal to the total value of the shares. Watered /


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di)] = (ac + bd)/(c2 + d2) + [(bc - ad)/(c2 + d2)]i. As shown earlier, c - di is the complex conjugate of the denominator c + di. Complex Conjugates and Division Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com www.boundless.com/algebra/textbooks//utm_campaign=powerpoint&utm_medium=direct&utm_source=boundle ss Equation 4 View on Boundless.com If the discriminant (b2-4ac) is equal to zero, both values of x obtained will be the same, real number. If the discriminant is positive,/


Division Brought to you by powerpointpros.com. Lesson Menu Click on the links below to start with a specific topic. What is Division? Using Division Practice.

division to separate a number into equal groups. Division Symbols The most common symbols for division are: ÷ / )¯¯¯ How do I use Division? Let’s demonstrate using apples… Using Division Let’s say that I had 6 apples… …and I wanted to share them equally between 3 people. We could use division to give everybody an equal amount of apples! Using Division/ that easier to figure out? Yes, it is, because now, we can set this up as an “apple” problem! The “Apple” Problem 4 apples divided between 2 people Let’s set/


00467-2010PPT-EN-04 - © Crown copyright 2010 Slide 1 Primary mathematics: support for subject knowledge Unit 1: Teaching division in Years 1, 2 and 3.

calculation? 12 ÷ 2 12 divided by 2 12 divided into 2 equal parts 12 shared equally between 2. It is sometimes helpful to interpret 12 divided by 2 as How many twos make 12? Slide 5 00467-2010PPT-EN-04 - © Crown copyright 2010 The language of division The use of divided by teaches children that, as with addition, subtraction and multiplication: –the structure and language of/


C OMMON C ORE M ATH D AYS 3 rd Grade. D AY 1 Multiplication and Division.

and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities 3.OA.4- Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers. 3.OA.5- Apply properties of operations as strategies to/ would like two pieces each. So, fold another plate so each of you get two equal pieces. How did you fold the plate? Did you each get equal shares? How do you know? Prove it! What do we call these equi-sized portions? How/


Fair division. Fair division is the concept of dividing something among 2 or more people in such a way that each person finds his/her share to be fair.

The lone divider cuts the cake in equal parts. The other two people (the "choosers") get to determine which share is fair for them. If they choose different parts, the division is simple: each one gets the share he/she choses, while the divider ends /a divorce and must divide up some of their assets. We assume that they distribute 100 points among the five items as follows: 6 ItemCarolBob Retirement Account 5040 Home2030 Summer Cottage 1510 Investments10 Other510 Total100 Cont’… 7 The method of sealed bids /


even number Numbers ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8.

answer to a multiplication problem quotient the answer to a division problem commutative property of multiplication The property that states /share an endpoint. angle A shape formed by two rays that share an endpoint. vertex plural: vertices The point where: two or more rays share/in a fraction.   It tells the total number of equal parts or groups into which the whole or group has /that states that multiplying a sum by a number is the same as multiplying each addend by the number and then adding the products. /


Manley Park Primary School Calculation Policy Handbook

division. Sharing is a correct division strategy. It does become inefficient though as numbers get larger. Most children should not be using sharing as their primary strategy in KS2. Dienes cubes, Counters and Coins can all be used to support Sharing. Sharing through pictures or tallies For example, 18 ÷ 6 = ? If attempting to solve this question using sharing, the calculation would be asking ‘If 18 Counters were shared into 6 equal/


RELATIONSHIPS & MARRIAGE MR. CHIS-LUCA. Topics of Discussion Relationships Communication Division of Household Labor Power & Conflict Stability of Relationships.

through talk & self-disclosure Men do so through activity, e.g., sex Most wives don’t count sex as communication or a method for establishing intimacy Communication= potential source of conflict Communication Influenceability-power: women more easily /class important: working class couples are more likely to share 25-33% of wives believe their husbands are not doing a fair share Greatest satisfaction: division of chores almost equal Marital Dissatisfaction Marital satisfaction has decreased over the past/


Making Sense of Division National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Salt Lake City, Utah April 12, 2008 Beth Schefelker Milwaukee Public Schools Melissa.

or measurement Switch roles ! The strategies… Repeated subtraction (measurement division)‏ Dealing out in groups (partitive division)‏ Using multiplication Partitioning the dividend Direct modeling with measurement Contextual Situations Lead the Way Different contexts; same numbers. Identify as partitive or measurement Problem A  Tyrone has a collection of 169 Yu-Gi-Oh cards. He shares them equally among his 14 friends. How many cards will each friend/


Social Inequality.

in other respects Leaders have influence, but no authority The people possess norms that emphasize sharing and ideals of interpersonal equality. Simple Horticultural Societies surplus gives rise to resources privileges ranked societies people are divided into /Chinese. But are these differences racial? What does race mean? Traditional view distinct divisions of the human species into groups based on physical characteristics such as skin color, eye and nose shape, - hair texture, etc. Classification Exercise/


Equality and Well-being: Distribution, Recognition and Contribution Andrew Sayer Lancaster University UCD Equality Studies 20 th Anniversary Conference,

for good jobs. 4.Good and bad quality tasks/jobs have to be shared by all to achieve equality of opportunity and contributive justice. Popular attitudes to class inequality Need Desert Pro- greater equality but concern about contributive justice (while seeing unequal division of labour as natural) Naturalization/legitimation of unequal division of labour leads to support for unequal distribution The return of the rentier class/


Social Inequality.

in other respects Leaders have influence, but no authority The people possess norms that emphasize sharing and ideals of interpersonal equality. Ranked societies Common in horticultural societies where surplus gives rise to resources and privileges people are/Chinese. But are these differences racial? What does race mean? Traditional view distinct divisions of the human species into groups based on physical characteristics such as skin color, eye and nose shape, - hair texture, etc. Classification Exercise /


Chapter 8 Copyright ©2007 by South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 1 What Is Global Business? 1 1 Global Business The buying.

: 1 January 1995 Created by: Uruguay Round negotiations (1986-1994) Membership:148 countries (as of 13 October 2004) Budget: 169 million Swiss francs for 2005 Secretariat staff: 630 Head/division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 28 Joint Ventures  Companies must share profits  Joint venture represent a merging of four cultures  With equal ownership, power struggles and a lack of leadership may occur  Companies must share profits  Joint venture represent a merging of four cultures  With equal/


3 - 1 Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. Part 2: Staffing the Organization Chapter 3: Legal Environment of Equal Employment.

when race and ethnic background are considered. 3 - 34 Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. Pay Equity Equal pay for Equal Work  Addresses overt discrimination in wages through direct comparison of jobs occupied by different genders /and retention and increases market share, as people and customers prefer to work and buy from others “like” themselves.  Diversity leads to lower costs due to fewer lawsuits 3 - 38 Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. /


This curriculum provides an overview and guidance to the year 5/6 teachers as a starting point for planning. Teacher assessment will play a large role.

the frequency of outcomes of simple probability experiments involving randomness, fairness, equally and unequally likely outcomes, using appropriate language and the 0-1 probability/sharing and grouping using knowledge of fractions and multiples -Multiply multi-digit numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit whole number using the formal written method of long multiplication -Divide numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit whole number using the formal written method of long division, and interpret remainders as/


How humans govern themselves. Division of Human Societies (Service) 1/4: Band (all humans in bands in the beginning, most still wereby 11,000 BC): - Few.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aV_850nzv4 Division of Human Societies (Service) 3/4: Chiefdom (began around 5500 BC): - Thousands of people - Some names not known by all, but everyone recognizable as fellows (shared ideology, politics, religion, etc.) -/No government Aristocracy Rule by a privileged class Communism/ Communist State Classless society where equality, shared property ownership, and shared means of production are aims. Command economy. Confederation Separate political entities/states join /


Chapter 8 Copyright ©2007 by South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 1 Chapter 8 Prepared by Deborah Baker Texas Christian University.

: 1 January 1995 Created by: Uruguay Round negotiations (1986-1994) Membership:148 countries (as of 13 October 2004) Budget: 169 million Swiss francs for 2005 Secretariat staff: 630 Head/division of Thomson Learning. All rights reserved 33 Joint Ventures  Companies must share profits  Joint venture represent a merging of four cultures  With equal ownership, power struggles and a lack of leadership may occur  Companies must share profits  Joint venture represent a merging of four cultures  With equal/


Math 5 Fractions as Division Instructor: Mrs. Tew Turner.

we will answer the question: How can fractions be used to show division? Vocabulary fraction – a symbol, such as ¾, used to describe one or more parts of a whole that is divided into equal parts. A fraction can name a part of a whole, a part/Math Notebook Independent Practice If 9 people want to share a 50- pound sack of rice equally by weight, how many pounds of rice should each person get? Lesson Review Fractions are also a representation of division. The numerator is the dividend and the denominator is/


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Denominator The number of equal parts into which the whole (or ONE or unit) is divided. 1414 2323 3434 denominator.

shared. 12 ÷ 3 = 4 division It is used to find how a total amount can be separated into an equal number of groups. division A mathematical operation based on “sharing” or “separating into equal parts”. 12 ÷ 3 = 4 divisor The number of equal parts or the number in each equal part. 12 ÷ 3 = 4 divisibility/ review games exponent The raised number in a power that tells the number of times the base is used as a factor. 4 = 4 * 4 * 4 3 exponential notation A shorthand way of representing repeated multiplication/


I/O Framework Workshop Industry Accounts Division Statistics Canada Fabienne Leclerc & Ronald Rioux U of Ottawa June 20, 2008 Industry Accounts Division.

assurance audit to statistics provided by data supplying Divisions as well as providing regular feedback to these Divisions. This role is made possible through the integration/of this commodity plus final demand total use of 67,460.4 millions equals 133,522.8 millions 43 Input-Output Identities Gross Domestic Product Market Price /produce a dollar of industry output Ui=Bg Assumptions Each industry has fixed market share of any commodity Technical coefficients of each industry are fixed 83 DERIVING THE IMPACT/


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C OMMON C ORE M ATH D AYS 3 rd Grade. D AY 1 Multiplication and Division.

your partner would like two pieces each. So, fold another plate so each of you get two equal pieces. How did you fold the plate? Did you each get equal shares? How do you know? Prove it! What do we call these equi-sized portions? How is/ L INES ? Easier to divide the whole into equal parts because only length is involved. Addition and subtraction are much easier to model. Multiplication and Division are much easier to model. 3NF 2. Understand a fraction as a number on the number line; represent fractions on/


1 Multiplexing/MAC Malathi Veeraraghavan Univ. of Virginia Outline Types of links Multi-access (shared single) link Point-to-point link Types of multiplexing.

-frequency plane with equal areas can carry the same amount of information 18 Use of circuit-based multiplexing on different types of links Multi-access wireless link –Cellular phones Point-to-point links between switches 19 Use of FDM and TDM techniques on a multi-access link FDM sharing on a multi-access link is referred to as FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access) TDM/


Chapter 18Copyright ©2009 by South-Western, a division of Cengage Learning. All rights reserved 1 ECON Designed by Amy McGuire, B-books, Ltd. 18 CHAPTER.

of equal size (quintiles)  Percentage of income received in 1970  Poorest 20% of population  4.1% of income  Richest 20% of population  43.3% of income Chapter 18Copyright ©2009 by South-Western, a division of Cengage Learning. All rights reserved 3 Exhibit 1 LO 1 Share of/ Higher price of going on welfare Chapter 18Copyright ©2009 by South-Western, a division of Cengage Learning. All rights reserved 28 Exhibit 9 LO 4 Welfare Recipients as a Percentage of the U.S. Population Declined Sharply After 1994


Warm Up – copy these into your notes on a new notes page!!! Divisibility Rules: A quick way to know if numbers are divisible by another number. 2: A number.

factor. Ex: 2 is a factor of 6 and 358. 7.Odd Number: An odd number does not have 2 as a factor. Ex: 5 and 443 are not divisible by 2. Prime Time Definitions 8.Prime Numbers: A number with only two factors: 1 and the number itself. Ex: /cans of juice and the same number of packs of crackers. What is the largest number of students that can come to the picnic and share the food equally? How many cans of juice and how many packs of crackers will each student receive? Mrs. Armstrong and 23 of her students are /


© 2004 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited Contemporary Financial Management Chapter 12: Capital Structure Concepts.

of operating leverage (DOL)  Both systematic and unsystematic risk © 2004 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited 9 Financial Risk  The variability of earnings per share (EPS)  Financial risk affects the probability of bankruptcy  Indicators of financial risk / of the levered firm equals the value of the unlevered plus the PV of the tax shield © 2004 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited 39 Major Points  Financial distress & agency costs increase as debt rises, eventually offsetting/


TEACHER NOTES Please attend to the notes at the bottom of each slide. Make accommodations and modifications as necessary. This is a good resource to be.

slide. Make accommodations and modifications as necessary. This is a good resource to be used in your PLC’s. Try it as a group. Enjoy! Exploration of Division Amanda Geist Centennial Middle School 20 ÷ 5 “How many groups of 5 fit inside of 20?” “If you equally divide 20 into 5 groups,/ group? 4 cookies fill 2/3 of a cookie jar (a very small cookie jar!) How many cookies will fill one jar? If you equally share 4 among 2/3 of a group, how much will be in one group? 5 kiwis weigh 4/5 of a pound. How many kiwis/


EYFS Children will solve problems in a practical way. They need to see and hear representations of division as sharing and grouping. Division can be introduced.

each? Progression in written Division Stage 1 Children are encouraged to develop a mental image of the number system in their heads to use for calculation. They should experience practical calculation opportunities involving equal groups and equal sharing. They may develop ways/ value counters or base 10 equipment to model understanding. Calculations should have two and three digit dividends. Each digit as a multiple of the divisor ‘How many groups of 3 are there in the hundreds column?’ ‘How many groups/


Section 2Division of Income and Loss What You’ll Learn  How to divide profits and losses equally.  How to divide profits and losses based on a fractional.

based on partners’ investments. What You’ll Learn  How to divide profits and losses equally.  How to divide profits and losses based on a fractional share.  How to divide profits and losses based on partners’ investments. Why It’s Important/Profits and Losses on a Fractional Share Basis Section 2Division of Income and Loss (contd.)  The division of the $24,000 net income based on a 2:1 ratio is calculated as follows: Dividing Profits and Losses on a Fractional Share Basis (contd.) Section 2Division of/


COUPLES (Sociology Revision). DOMESTIC DIVISION OF LABOUR. Domestic labour includes housework, childcare, emotional care and paid work. Therefore a domestic.

and men to be breadwinners. Due to biological differences. Therefore argue that the domestic division of labour is FUNCTIONAL as it is NATURAL. The NEW RIGHT, also generally share this view- however, is a more updated view. WILMOTT AND YOUNG. (50’/ found a lot more SYMMETRY, in the relationships of cohabiting lesbian couples with children. Who described their relationship as EQUAL, who gave equal IMPORTANCE to each others CAREERS, and who valued childcare POSITIVELY. However, it was still found that if one/


Feminism and the Household Are couples more equal? Feminist Theory and Studies.

she studied. They described their relationship as equal and shared housework and childcare equally. They gave equal importance to both partners’ careers. They viewed childcare positively. Feminism and the Household Resources and decision making in households Recap/conclusions from yesterday There is some evidence that a woman being in paid work (especially full time) leads to more equality in the division of labour. Many feminists argue that/


Welcome to our KS1 Maths Workshop for parents. Aims of todays session: To provide support, help and guidance for KS1 Maths To share with you how addition,

of place value and addition before moving onto written methods. Place value charts with tens rods and cubes are used as a visual aid. 34 + 27 = Children will begin to use ‘empty number lines’ themselves starting with the larger/diagrams and the ÷ sign to record, using multiples that they know. Children will often solve division questions by sharing or grouping practical equipment. E.g. 30 pens shared equally between three pots.’ (Sharing) ‘We have 30 pens and put ten pens in each pot. How many pots do we/


Supercomputing in Plain English Shared Memory Multithreading Henry Neeman, Director OU Supercomputing Center for Education & Research University of Oklahoma.

processors. The parallel part of the code could speed up by as much as a factor of a zillion. For sufficiently large values of /for Standardization (ISO) ISO [is] derived from the Greek isos, meaning equal. [2] American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Ecma International Nonstandards are /NSF Shared Cyberinfrastructure Division Director 2003 Keynote: Peter Freeman NSF Computer & Information Science & Engineering Assistant Director 2005 Keynote: Walt Brooks NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division Director/


U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Fair Labor Standards Act Presented by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division.

minimum wage U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Regular Rate Exclusions Sums paid as gifts Payments for time not worked Reimbursement for expenses Discretionary bonuses Profit sharing plans Retirement and insurance plans Overtime premium payments Stock options / for back wages and an equal amount as liquidated damages U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Employee Private Rights An employee may file a private suit for back pay and an equal amount as liquidated damages, plus attorney’s/


Groupe GEPP OFCE - 28/6/ 2007 Does the division of domestic labour differ after a marital separation ? Anne Solaz INED.

as husbands and wife acquire skills specific to market or domestic sector. Gender role theory Gender social norms in the society and family explain the specialization  None of those theories predicts how would be and change the work division/ in housework increases with union duration  Male second unions seem a little more egalitarian for division of housework, all other things being equal, but sharing of parental tasks and decision-making are similar in first and second unions.  Gender differences/


Elementary Mathematics Learning Community Dialogue 2 November 2012 Office of Academics and Transformation Division of Mathematics NOTE: One of the goals.

$24. She saved 3 times as much as Wayne. Two interpretations of Division Thomas H. Parker and Scott Baldridge When we know the original amount and the number of parts, we use partitive (sharing) division to find the size of each/their efforts on conversations that lead to creative, practical application of research-based practices.  Instructional coaches see themselves as equal partners with teachers in the complex and richly rewarding work of teaching students.  Instructional coaches work in partnerships /


Division Student Sample. What does it mean to divide? Division can be used to find how many are in each group when an amount is shared equally. This is.

be used to find how many are in each group when an amount is shared equally. This is called sharing. 15 / 5 = 3 What does it mean to divide? Another type of division situation is division as repeated subtraction. 15 – 5 = 10 10 – 5 = 5 5 – 5 = 0 How many times can I subtract 5 from 15 until nothing is left? 3 times 15 5 = 3/


Marital / Gender Roles and Division of Labor. What stereotype about marriage is portrayed in this cartoon?

% expected to share laundry work equally, while 38% expected to share cooking.Only, 38% expected to share laundry work equally, while 38% expected to share cooking. Twice as many women senior expectedTwice as many women senior expected the man they married to share responsibilities. Another /do jobs they did not like? -Do you know young couples today who have a very traditional marriage role division? -Do you think equalitarian or traditional marriages are stronger? -Which do you think will last the longer? /


© 2004 West Legal Studies in Business A Division of Thomson Learning 1 Chapter 38 Corporations – Directors, Officers, and Shareholders Chapter 38 Corporations.

that turned sour. Court will not require directors or officers to manage “in hindsight.” As long as decision was reasonable, informed, made in good faith and in the best interests of the/Division of Thomson Learning 35 Stock Subscription Agreements Subscriptions are written irrevocable contracts to purchase capital stock of a corporation prior to incorporation. Failure to sell or buy shares is a breach of contract. Par-value shares: corporation must have a value equal to the total value of the shares/


Division Grade 5. Outcome Apply mental math strategies and number Properties by:  skip counting from a known fact  using doubling or halving  using.

an understanding of division (3 digit by 1-digit) and interpret remainders to solve problems. Base Ten Division  Use base ten blocks to model 253 shared equally among 7 groups.  Represent your answer using diagrams and a number sentence. Base Ten Division  Use /the remainder  b. round up the quotient  c. express as a fraction. Problems (What do you do with the remainders?)  (i) William has 185 hockey cards that he wants to share equally among his three friends. How many cards will each person receive? /


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