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#### Add & Divide - Quiz 2

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The school's debate team had four boys and sixteen girls on it. If they were split into groups of five how many groups could they make?
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A vase can hold six flowers. If you had seven carnations and forty-seven roses, how many vases would you need to hold the flowers?
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The school's debate team had thirty-one boys and thirty-two girls on it. If they were split into groups of nine how many groups could they make?
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For Halloween Emily received four pieces of candy from neighbors and two pieces from her older sister. If she only ate three pieces a day, how long would the candy last her?
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A toy store had thirty-two giant stuffed bears in stock when they got another shipment with ten bears in it. The put the bears onto shelves with six on each shelf. How many shelves did they use?
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Edward was organizing his baseball cards in a binder with nine on each page. If he had twenty new cards and fifty-two old cards to put in the binder, how many pages would he use?
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A group of four friends went into a restaurant. The chef already had six chicken wings cooked but cooked twenty-six more for the group. If they each got the same amount how many would each person get?
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For a birthday party Paul bought thirty-eight regular sodas and sixteen diet sodas. If his fridge would only hold nine on each shelf, how many shelves would he fill up?
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Kaleb had saved up thirty-nine dollars. If he received another twenty-five dollars for his allowance, how many eight dollar toys could he buy?
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While playing at the arcade, Roger won ten tickets playing 'whack a mole' and ten tickets playing 'skee ball'. If he was trying to buy candy that cost four tickets a piece, how many could he buy?
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While playing at the arcade, Cody won three tickets playing 'whack a mole' and nine tickets playing 'skee ball'. If he was trying to buy candy that cost four tickets a piece, how many could he buy?
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Gwen was making baggies of cookies with five cookies in each bag. If she had thirty-nine chocolate chip cookies and six oatmeal cookies, how many baggies could she make?
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The school's baseball team had eight new players and two returning players. If the coach put them into groups with five players in each group, how many groups would there be?