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- Q1Carter collected 342 seashells on his vacation to the beach. When he gets home he wants to share them with 9 friends. If he doesn't keep any for himself, how many seashells will each of his friends receive?53354838120sEditDelete
- Q2There were 526 valentines in the mailbox. They were divided evenly among the 8 students. How many valentines would each student receive.6679656120sEditDelete
- Q3There were 156 Easter eggs hidden. If 5 children all found the same amount, how many eggs were not found?313215120sEditDelete
- Q4On Halloween, Jenny got so much candy that she decided to divide it among her four friends. She gave each friend 38 pieces. How many pieces did Jenny start with?91422152120sEditDelete
- Q5Mother made 8 apple pies for Thanksgiving. She used 100 apples. How many apples were in each pie?412 and 1/21210 and 1/2120sEditDelete
- Q6The students in our class brought in 1, 443 pencils in August. If the teacher divides the pencils equally into 3 containers for classroom storage, how many pencil would be in each container?38148158181120sEditDelete
- Q7The librarian received 689 new books for the library. If she shares the books equally with 6 teachers, how many books will be left over?295356120sEditDelete
- Q8540 divided 9066004060120sEditDelete