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#### 1 Digit Quotient (with remainder) - Quiz 2

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1 Digit Quotient (with remainder)
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Each house a carpenter builds needs six sinks. If he bought twenty-nine sinks, how many houses would that cover?
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A box of cupcakes cost \$two. If you had seventeen dollars and bought as many boxes as you could, how much money would you have left?
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A food company has seventeen kilograms of food to put into boxes. If each box gets exactly two kilograms, how many full boxes will they have?
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John had thirty-eight pieces of candy. If he wants to split the candy into four 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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Jerry wanted to give each of his two friends an equal amount of candy. At the store he bought seven pieces total to give to them. He many more pieces should he have bought so he didn't have any extra?
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A vat of orange juice was fifty-five pints. If you wanted to pour the vat into seven glasses with the same amount in each glass, how many pints would be in each glass?
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A recycling company had sixty-nine pounds of material to sort. To make it easier they split them into boxes with each full box having seven pounds, how many full boxes did they have?
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Faye received thirty-nine dollars for her birthday. Later she found some toys that cost four dollars each. How much money would she have left if she bought as many as she could?
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A recycling company had five pounds of material to sort. To make it easier they split them into boxes with each full box having two pounds, how many full boxes did they have?
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Luke was trying to beat his old score of seventeen points in a video game. If he scores exactly two points each round, how many rounds would he need to play to beat his old score?
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A pizza store had fifty-two pieces of pepperoni to put on their pizzas. If each pizza got nine pieces, how many extra pieces of pepperoni would they have?
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The roller coaster at the state fair costs five tickets per ride. If you had thirty-seven tickets, how many tickets would you have left if you rode it as many times as you could?
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At the carnival, six friends bought thirty-seven tickets. If they wanted to split all the tickets so each friend got the same amount, how many more tickets would they need to buy?