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Understanding Division Problems - Quiz 1

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Understanding Division Problems
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Amy wanted to drink exactly 5 bottles of water each day, so she bought 31 bottles when they were on sale. How many more bottles will she need to buy on the last day?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A movie theater needed 48 popcorn buckets. If each package has 9 buckets in it, how many packages will they need to buy?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A pizza store had 19 pieces of pepperoni to put on their pizzas. If each pizza got 3 pieces, how many extra pieces of pepperoni would they have?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Faye had saved up 31 quarters and decided to spend them on sodas. If it costs 6 quarters for each soda from a soda machine, how many more quarters would she need to buy the final soda?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A builder needed to buy 9 boards for his latest project. If the boards he needs come in packs of 2, how many packages will he need to buy?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A machine in a candy company creates 47 pieces of candy a minute. If a small box of candy has 5 pieces in it how many full boxes does the machine make in a minute?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A vase can hold 7 flowers. If a florist had 67 flowers she wanted to put equally into vases, how many flowers would be in the last vase that isn't full?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A pizza store had 11 pieces of pepperoni to put on their pizzas. If each pizza got 2 pieces, how many extra pieces of pepperoni would they have?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A restaurant needs to buy 20 new plates. If each box has 3 plates in it, how many boxes will they need to buy?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A librarian had to pack 28 books into boxes. If each box can hold 6 books, how many boxes did she need?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Each house a carpenter builds needs 3 sinks. If he bought 19 sinks, how many houses would that cover?
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