Practice General Concepts Word Problems Dividing Fractions

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1/6
What is the reciprocal of: 18/3

100

1
When we multiply any number by it's reciprocal, what is our answer?

100

3/4 divided by 2 is equal to 3/8 of the pizza.
At the end of the night, a pizza place had 3/4 of a pizza left over. The 2 employees each took home the same amount of leftover pizza. How much pizza did each employee take home?

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3/2
(5/12) ÷ (5/18)

200

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You are going to a birthday party. You order 10 pints of ice cream for the party. If you serve 1/2 of a pint to each guest, how many guests can be served?

200

Multiplying by the reciprocal
Dividing any number by a fraction is THE SAME AS?....(doing what other math action?)

200

6 divided by 3/4 is equal to 8
You are going to a birthday party. You order 6 pints of ice cream for the party. If you serve 3/4 of a pint to each guest, how many guests can be served?

200

1
(3/7) ÷ (6/14)

300

1
(1/2) ÷ (1/2)

300

Sorry, not sorry.
Lose 300 points. If you have less than 300 points, gain 600 points!

300

2 and 1/4 divided by 3/4 is equal to 3
Ms. Deb has 2 and 1/4 gallons of orange juice. It takes 3/4 of a gallon to fill one container. How many containers can she fill?

300

8/3
(1/3) ÷ (1/8)

400

14/5
How many one-sevenths can we fit into two-fifths?

400

How many six-sevenths can we fit into three-fifths?
If you were to write out this expression using only words, what would you write? (3/5) ÷ (6/7)

400

6/7 divided by 6 is equal to 1/7 of a yard each.
Ms. Ellen is making a doghouse for her new puppy, an adorable greyhound. She has one piece of wood that is 6/7 of a yard long. She needs to cut it into 6 equal pieces. How long should she cut each piece?

400

16/15
(16/21) ÷ (20/28)

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How many one-fourths can we fit into one-half?
If you were to write out this expression using only words, what would you write? (1/2) ÷ (1/4)

500

How many one one-hundredths can we fit into three-tenths?
If you were to write out this expression using only words, what would you write? 3/10 ÷ 1/100

500

4 new boas
Mrs. Jeremy has 4 and 2/3 yards of material for a new feather boa. Each boa that she makes requires 1 and 1/6 yards of material. How many new boas will she be able to make with this material?

500

eight-fifths
How many four-sevenths can I fit into thirty-two thirty-fifths?

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