Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Estimate Quotients

Interpret the Remainder

Division!

Word Problems

100

The number inside the box.

What is the dividend

100

Find the two numbers the quotient is between. Then estimate the quotient.
53 divided by 3

Between 17 and 18. About 18.

100

Ben gives tours to all 80 people. After he completes the tours for groups of 7 people, how many people are in his last tour?

3 people

100

6,400 divided by 8

800

100

There are 96 tourists who have signed up to tour the island. The tourists are assigned to 6 equal-sized groups. How many tourists are in each group?

16 tourists

200

The number outside the box

What is divisor

200

Find the two numbers the quotient is between. Then estimate the quotient.
75 divided by 4

Between 18 and 19. About 19.

200

Ben is a tour guide at a glass-blowing studio. He can take no more than 7 people at a time on a tour. If 80 people want to see the glass-blowing demonstration, how many groups of 7 people will Ben show around?

11 groups of people

200

198 divided by 9

22

200

There are 176 students in the marching band. They are arranged in equal rows of 8 students for a parade. How many rows of students are there?

22 rows

300

The answer to a division problem.

What is the quotient.

300

Find the two numbers the quotient is between. Then estimate the quotient.
100 divided by 7

Between 14 and 15. About 15.

300

Ben is giving tours to 80 people. A tour can have no more than 7 people in a group. How many tours will Ben need to give to show ALL 80 people the studio.

12 tours

300

709 divided by 4

177 r1

300

Many has 39 rocks. He wants to put the same number of rocks in each of 7 boxes. How many rocks will be in each box?

5 rocks in each box

400

The amount that is left over.

What is remainder.

400

Find the two numbers the quotient is between. Then estimate the quotient.
215 divided by 9

Between 20 and 30. About 20.

400

Jim made 32 ounces of soup for 5 people. How many ounces will each person get?

6 & 2/5 ounces.

400

1,020 divided by 9

113 r3

400

Nolan divides his 88 toy cars into boxes. Each box holds 9 cars. How many boxes does Nolan need to store ALL of his cars?

10 boxes

500

The parts of a divison problem are: 1. the total amount 2. the groups 3. the amount in each group 4. the amount left over.

What is the dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder.

500

Find the two numbers the quotient is between. Then estimate the quotient.
438 divided by 7

Between 60 and 70. About 60.

500

What are the 4 ways to interpret the remainder?

1. Remainder as a fraction.
2. Use only the quotient.
3. Add 1 to the quotient.
4. Use only the remainder.

500

803 divided by 2

401 r1

500

There are 112 seats in the school auditorium. There are 7 seats in each row. There are 70 people seated, filling up full rows of seats. How many rows are empty?

6 rows are empty

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