# Q1-Module 8 ASSESSMENT

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- Q1
Arrange the steps in division process in order.

ordering://Divide the first digit of the dividend starting from the right by the divisor. If the first digit of the dividend is less than the divisor then include the next digit.|1:Multiply the partial quotient by the divisor.|2:Subtract the product from the dividend.|3:Bring down the next digit of the dividend.|4:Repeat the same process until you have used all the digits in the dividend.|5

60sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q2
Match the correct quotient to each given equation.

linking://$40\backslash div8$|5:$72\backslash div9$|8:$27\backslash div9$|3:$36\backslash div3$|12:$36\backslash div9$|4:$81\backslash div9$|9:$100\backslash div5$|20:$63\backslash div9$|7:$75\backslash div5$|15:$48\backslash div8$|6

60sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q3
It is the result obtained in the division process.

freetext://quotient

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q4
It is a method of distributing a group of things into equal parts.

freetext://DIVISION

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q5
It is the number which is divided in the division process.

scrambled://DIVIDEND

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q6
It is the portion of the dividend that is left over after division.

scrambled://REMAINDER

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q7
It is a number by which another number is to be divided.

scrambled://DIVISOR

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q8
Which has the same quotient as 125 ÷ 25?

16 ÷ 2

6 ÷ 2

4 ÷ 1

30 ÷ 6

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q9
Kyla has 135 eggs stored in boxes. If there are 5 boxes, how many eggs are there in each box?

26

27

24

25

30sM4NS-If-54.3 - Q10
If Myla has 426 apples in her basket and she wants to share them equally to her 60 classmates, will there be an excess, and by how many?

7

8

3

6

45sM4NS-If-54.3