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Unit 3 lesson 5 division

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  • 1. Name ____________________________ Date ___________________Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Portsmore Per ___ Unit 3 Lesson 5 Division OC 1-1Write an algebraic equation and solve.If the divisor is 8 and the quotient 4, what is the dividend? ___________________________If the dividend is 24 and the quotient is 6, what is the divisor? _________________________If the quotient is 7 and the dividend is 21, what is the divisor? __________________________If the quotient is 9 and the divisor is 5, what is the dividend? __________________________Solve with an annex zero when necessary.
  • 2. Solve with a remainder
  • 3. Name ____________________________ Date ___________________Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Portsmore Per ___ Unit 3 Lesson 5 Division OC 1-1Write an algebraic equation and solve.If the divisor is 8 and the quotient 4, what is the dividend? x ÷ 8 = 4; dividend = 32If the dividend is 24 and the quotient is 6, what is the divisor? 24 ÷ x = 6; divisor = 4If the quotient is 7 and the dividend is 21, what is the divisor? 21 ÷ x = 7; divisor = 21If the quotient is 9 and the divisor is 5, what is the dividend? x÷ 5 = 9; dividend = 45Solve with an annex zero when necessary. .5 .5 .0 .0 0 -20 0 0 -40 0 .16 .2 .00 .0 0 0 -25 150 -60
  • 4. Solve with a remainder `