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4th Grade Division Review

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  • Q1
    Mackenzie is giving away her collection of 241 beads to 7 of her best friends. If she plans to divide them evenly, how many beads will each friend receive? How many beads will be left over? Justify your thinking with mathematical models.
    Each friend will receive 34 beads with there will be 4 left over.
    Each friend will receive 34 beads with there will be 3 left over.
    Each friend will receive 33 beads with there will be 3 left over.
    Each friend will receive 34 beads with there will not be any beads left over.
    120s
  • Q2
    Anna uses repeated subtraction to solve a division problem. Show the subtraction steps Robert would use to solve 56 ÷ 8.
    56-8=48-8=40-8=32-8=24-8=16-8=8-8=0 I used repeated subtraction 7 times. 56 ÷ 8=7
    7x7x7x7x7x7x7x7
    56-8=48-8=40-8=32-8=24-8=16-8=8-8=0 I used repeated subtraction 8 times. 56 ÷ 8=8
    56-7=49-7=42-7=35-7=28-7=21-7=14-7=7-7=0 I used repeated addition 8 times. 56÷ 7=8
    120s
  • Q3
    3500 ÷ 7 =
    6
    600
    500
    5
    120s
  • Q4
    Divide 648 ÷ 6 using the standard algorithm showing partial quotients. Check your answer with multiplication.
    648 ÷ 6=108
    648 ÷ 6= 28
    648 ÷ 6= 18
    648 ÷ 6= 107
    120s
  • Q5
    A company has 653 markers. Each box holds 9 markers. How many boxes will be filled? Explain how you solved it.
    5
    72
    73
    72 remainder 5
    120s
  • Q6
    There are 750 calories in 6 trail mix packages. How many calories are in one package? Prove your answer.
    There are 105 calories in one package.
    There are 135 calories in one package.
    There are 125 calories in one package.
    There are 25 calories in one package.
    120s
  • Q7
    At Camp Hayward, campers can sail on the lake. There are 35 campers in fourth grade. A sailboat can hold 4 campers at a time. How many times will the sailboat have to go out on the lake so that all campers have a turn? Explain how you solved it.
    The sailboat will need to go out 7 times.
    The sailboat will need to go out 10 times.
    The sailboat will need to go out 8 times.
    The sailboat will need to go out 9 times.
    120s
  • Q8
    The summer camp is transporting 119 passengers to Great Adventure. Each car can hold 5 children? How many full cars will there be? Explain your thinking.
    20 cars will be full.
    22 cars will be full.
    24 cars will be needed to transport 119 passengers.
    23 cars will be full.
    120s
  • Q9
    A total of 96 students want to play soccer. There are 12 players on a team. How many teams can be formed? Explain how you solved it.
    12 teams can be formed.
    9 teams can be formed.
    8 teams can be formed.
    10 teams can be formed.
    120s
  • Q10
    Renee has 152 trading cards. She puts them in pages of her album. Each page holds 6 cards. How many pages of her album are filled with cards? Explain how you solved it.
    26 pages will be filled.
    23 pages will be filled.
    15 pages will be filled.
    25 pages will be filled.
    120s
  • Q11
    A school auditorium had 180 people at a meeting. There were 10 equal rows of chairs. How many chairs were in each row? Justify your answer.
    There are 19 chairs in each row.
    There are 18 chairs in each row.
    There are 12 chairs in each row.
    There are 28 chairs in each row.
    120s
  • Q12
    A grocer packs 59 oranges into trays for displays. If each tray holds 6 oranges, how many oranges will be in the partially filled tray? Explain how you solved it.
    There are 0 oranges in the final tray.
    There will be 3 oranges in the final tray.
    There will be 5 oranges in the final tray.
    There will be 9 oranges in the final tray.
    120s
  • Q13
    Barbra used base-ten blocks to model sharing pencils. What is the division equation that represents the picture above?
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    786÷ 6 = 131
    156÷ 5 = 31 with a remainder of 1
    783÷ 5 = 156 with a remainder of 3
    780÷ 5 = 15 with a remainder of 3
    120s
  • Q14
    What are the partial quotients in the problem above?
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    The partial quotients are 20 and 7
    The partial quotients are 81 and 3
    The partial quotients are 21 and 60
    The partial quotients are 20 and 3
    120s
  • Q15
    Jessica and Stephen are checking their homework together. They are looking at the problem 695÷5. Jessica says the quotient will have 3 digits. Stephen disagrees and says the quotient will have 2 digits. WITHOUT solving the problem, who is right? Explain your reasoning.
    They are both incorrect. The answer is a three digit number.
    Jessica is correct because she starts with the partial quotient of 100 and says that she can make 100 groups of 5 in 695.
    Stephen is correct because he starts with the partial quotient of 10 and he knows 10 x 50 = 500
    120s

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