Vocabulary

Multiples of 10, 100, & 1,000

÷ With and Without Remainders

Multiply or Divide?

Potluck

100

What is another name for repeated subtraction?

Division

100

40 ÷ 8 =

5

100

81 ÷ 3=

27

100

Jessie buys 8 boxes of markers. Each box has 124 markers. How many markers are there? (Solve)

Multiply: 992

100

Change this division equation into a "think multiplication" equation. (Solve)

360÷9 = ?

9 X ? = 360

40

200

What is a fact family?

A fact family is a group of math facts using the same numbers.

200

Determine if this statement is true or false:

300 divided by 6 is 40

What is FALSE

300 divided by 6 is 50.

200

36 ÷ 7=

5 R 1

200

Kendra baked 34 cookies for a group of friends. If she shared the cookies equally among four friends, how many cookies would each friend receive? (Solve)

Divide: 8 R 2

200

Change this division equation into a "think multiplication" equation. (Solve)

420 ÷ 7 = ?

7 X ? = 420

60

300

What is a remainder?

The amount leftover after a division problem.

300

900 ÷ 3 =

300

300

540÷6=

90

300

Henry was making Valentine cookies that he wanted to decorate with candy hearts. He has 57 hearts to put on 9 cookies. If he puts the same amount of hearts on each cookie, how many hearts will each cookie get?

Divide: 6 R 3

300

84 ÷ 7=

12

400

What is a Quotient?

The answer to a division problem.

400

480 ÷ 8 =

60

400

60 ÷ 8=

7 R 4

400

Mrs. Chami is buying new books for our school library. The books are sold in boxed sets. The "I Survived" set costs $39 and the "Who Was" set costs $123. If she buys three sets of each series, how much will she spend? (Solve)

Multiply: $486

400

A farmer sells 560 carrots in 7 days. He sells the same number of carrots each day. How many carrots does he sell each day?

80

500

Name a Division Strategy

repeated subtraction, arrays, equal groups, related facts

500

5,400 ÷ 9 =

600

500

63 ÷ 5=

12 R 3

500

At a sports store, tennis balls costs 4 for $2. Sam wants to buy 48 tennis balls. How much will he have to pay?

Divide and Multiply $24

500

Joe, Tom, Kelly, and Lisa wanted marshmallows in their hot cocoa. They had a huge bag with 38 marshmallows in it. How many does everyone get if they all get the same amount? Will there be any leftover?

9 R 2

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