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#### 3 ÷ 2 (With Remainder) - Quiz 2

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3 ÷ 2 (With Remainder)
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A box can hold thirty-five brownies. If a baker made five hundred seventy-seven brownies, how many full boxes of brownies did he make?
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A recycling company had six hundred sixty-six pounds of material to sort. To make it easier they split them into boxes with each full box having twenty-two pounds, how many full boxes did they have?
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Oliver is trying to earn six hundred forty-seven dollars for some new video games. If he charges forty-six dollars to mow a lawn, how many lawns will he need to mow to earn the money?
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A movie store had three hundred nine movies they were putting on sixteen shelves. If the owner wanted to make sure each shelf had the same number of movies without any extra, how many more movies would he need?
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Nancy had saved up three hundred eighty-six dimes and decided to spend them on sodas. If it costs twenty-eight dimes for each soda from a soda machine, how many more dimes would she need to buy the final soda?
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Cody wanted to give each of his forty-five friends an equal amount of candy. At the store he bought six hundred eighty pieces total to give to them. He many more pieces should he have bought so he didn't have any extra pieces?
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A baker had eighteen boxes for donuts. He ended up making seven hundred sixty-three donuts and splitting them evenly between the boxes. How many extra donuts did he end up with?
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An art museum had eight hundred forty-three pictures to split equally into seventeen different exhibits. How many more pictures would they need to make sure each exhibit had the same amount?
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A machine in a candy company creates seven hundred eighty-three pieces of candy a minute. If a small box of candy has thirteen pieces in it how many full boxes does the machine make in a minute?
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Jerry is trying to earn two hundred nine dollars for some new video games. If he charges forty-seven dollars to mow a lawn, how many lawns will he need to mow to earn the money?