Solve two-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in any place with larger divisors and quotients.
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Ms. Roll gets some butcher paper from the teacher supply room to put up on her bulletin board. The butcher paper has an area of 60 square feet and a height of 6 square feet. When she puts it on her bulletin board, she realizes she needs a little more to fully cover its width. The extra piece she needed has an area of 18 square feet and a height of 6 feet.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Ayana starts to draw an area model to solve $$93\div7$$, which is shown below.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Jada and Andre both used an area model to find $$85\div 3$$, but they did the calculations differently, as shown here.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.?
Damon is using the area model below to solve a problem.
Write the problem represented by the whole area model, including its quotient and remainder.
Solve. Show or explain your work. Then check your work.
$$92\div4$$
Molly has a total of 95 pieces of candy to share with her two friends. Any pieces they can’t share evenly they’ll give to Molly’s mom. How many pieces of candy will Molly’s mom get?
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