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#### 1 Digit Quotient (with remainder) - Quiz 1

(13 Questions)1 Digit Quotient (with remainder)

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A librarian had to pack sixteen books into boxes. If each box can hold three books, how many boxes did she need?

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A flash drive could hold eight gigs of data. If you needed to store thirty-five gigs, how many flash drive would you need?

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Amy had thirteen photos to put into a photo album. If each page holds two photos, how many full pages will she have?

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A new video game console needs seven computer chips. If a machine can create twenty computer chips a day, how many video game consoles can be created in a day?

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A cafeteria was putting milk cartons into stacks. They had sixty cartons and were putting them into stacks with eight cartons in each stack. How many full stacks could they make?

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A school had forty-eight students sign up for the trivia teams. If they wanted to have nine team, with the same number of students on each team, how many more students would need to sign up?

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A machine in a candy company creates fifty-three pieces of candy a minute. If a small box of candy has seven pieces in it how many full boxes does the machine make in a minute?

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Isabel received sixteen dollars for her birthday. Later she found some toys that cost five dollars each. How much money would she have left if she bought as many as she could?

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Haley had fifty-four pennies. She wanted to place the pennies into seven stacks, with the same amount in each stack. How many more pennies would she need so all the stacks would be equal?

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A post office has fourteen pieces of junk mail they want to split evenly between six mail trucks. How many extra pieces of junk mail will they have if they give each truck the same amount?

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Kaleb had fifty-five pieces of candy. If he wants to split the candy into six bags with the same amount of candy in each bag, how many more pieces would he need to make sure each bag had the same amount?

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A recycling company had ten pounds of material to sort. To make it easier they split them into boxes with each full box having four pounds, how many full boxes did they have?

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Isabel is making bead necklaces. She wants to use twentythree beads to make seven necklaces. If she wants each necklace to have the same number of beads, how many beads will she have left over?

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