Solve three-digit dividend division problems with a remainder in any place.
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Elena used an area model to find the value of $$796\div 6$$.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Yasmin and Osvaldo both found $$951\div4$$ using the partial quotients method, but they did the calculations differently, as shown here.
How is Yasmin’s work similar to and different from Osvaldo’s work?
Explain why they have the same answer.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Use any method to solve. Then check your work.
$$648\div8$$
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Here is an incomplete calculation of $$534\div6$$. Write the missing numbers (marked with “?”) that would make the calculation complete.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Solve. Show or explain your work. Then check your work.
$$596\div3$$
Chris baked 128 cookies to bring to school. He put the cookies in boxes that can each hold 6 cookies. What is the fewest number of boxes he’ll need to bring the cookies to school?
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