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#### Understanding Division Problems - Quiz 2

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Understanding Division Problems
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Carol wanted to drink exactly 6 bottles of water each day, so she bought 14 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 store had 9 movies they were putting on 2 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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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. An art museum had 22 pictures to split equally into 5 different exhibits. How many more pictures would they need to make sure each exhibit had the same amount?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A school had 22 students sign up for the trivia teams. If they wanted to have 7 team, with the same number of students on each team, how many more students would need to sign up?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Each house a carpenter builds needs 7 sinks. If he bought 20 sinks, how many houses would that cover?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Gwen had 62 songs on her mp3 player. If she wanted to put the songs equally into 9 different playlists, how many songs would she have left over?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A grocery store needed 7 cans of peas. If the peas come in boxes with 3 cans in each box, how many boxes would they need to order?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. Debby had 11 songs on her mp3 player. If she wanted to put the songs equally into 2 different playlists, how many songs would she have left over?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. The roller coaster at the state fair costs 8 tickets per ride. If you had 43 tickets, how many tickets would you have left if you rode it as many times as you could?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. A new video game console needs 9 computer chips. If a machine can create 66 computer chips a day, how many video game consoles can be created in a day?
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Use the completed division problem to answer question below. An airline has 59 pieces of luggage to put away. If each luggage compartment will hold 6 pieces of luggage, how many will be in the compartment that isn't full?