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1 Digit Quotient (with remainder) - Quiz 4

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1 Digit Quotient (with remainder)
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A flash drive could hold seven gigs of data. If you needed to store thirty-nine gigs, how many flash drive would you need?
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George had seventeen baseball cards he's putting into a binder with two on each page. How many cards will he have on the page that isn't full?
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Each house a carpenter builds needs nine sinks. If he bought thirty-two sinks, how many houses would that cover?
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A flash drive could hold nine gigs of data. If you needed to store sixty-eight gigs, how many flash drive would you need?
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Henry's dad bought forty-five meters of string. If he wanted to cut the string into pieces with each piece being seven meters long, how many full sized pieces could he make?
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A baker had six boxes for donuts. He ended up making forty-seven donuts and splitting them evenly between the boxes. How many extra donuts did he end up with?
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A container can hold four orange slices. If a company had twenty-one orange slices to put into containers, how many more slices would they need to fill up the last container?
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A container can hold five orange slices. If a company had seventeen orange slices to put into containers, how many more slices would they need to fill up the last container?
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Olivia wanted to drink exactly nine bottles of water each day, so she bought sixty-two bottles when they were on sale. How many more bottles will she need to buy on the last day?
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Frank has to sell thirty-eight chocolate bars to win a trip. If each box contains eight chocolate bars, how many boxes will he need to sell to win the trip?
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Ned is trying to earn forty-four dollars for some new toys. If he charges five dollars to mow a lawn, how many lawns will he need to mow to earn the money?