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#### 1 Digit Quotient (with remainder) - Quiz 3

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1 Digit Quotient (with remainder)
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A librarian had to pack thirteen books into boxes. If each box can hold two books, how many boxes did she need?
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It takes nine apples to make an apple pie. If a chef bought eighty-five apples, the last pie would need how many more apples?
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Luke bought thirty-two pieces of candy to give to nine of his friends. If he wants to give each friend the same amount, how many pieces would he have left over?
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A builder needed to buy twenty-eight boards for his latest project. If the boards he needs come in packs of three, how many packages will he need to buy?
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A coat factory had eight coats. If they wanted to put them into three boxes, with the same number of coats in each box, how many extra coats would they have left over?
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Billy was trying to beat his old score of twenty-three points in a video game. If he scores exactly three points each round, how many rounds would he need to play to beat his old score?
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A recycling company had seventy-four pounds of material to sort. To make it easier they split them into boxes with each full box having eight pounds, how many full boxes did they have?
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A coat factory had seventeen coats. If they wanted to put them into five boxes, with the same number of coats in each box, how many extra coats would they have left over?
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A builder needed to buy nineteen boards for his latest project. If the boards he needs come in packs of six, how many packages will he need to buy?
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A movie store had twenty-two movies they were putting on four shelves. If the owner wanted to make sure each shelf had the same number of movies how many more movies would he need?
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A clown needed forty-four balloons for a party he was going to, but the balloons only came in packs of six. How many packs of balloons would he need to buy?
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An airline has fifty-three pieces of luggage to put away. If each luggage compartment will hold seven pieces of luggage, how many will be in the compartment that isn't full?
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A school had twenty-five students sign up for the trivia teams. If they wanted to have three team, with the same number of students on each team, how many more students would need to sign up?