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Section 6

Division with Whole Numbers

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 6 and 3

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 3 and 6

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 45 and 9

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 12 and 4

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of $r$ and $s$

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of $s$ and $r$

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 20 and 4 is 5 .

Write each of the following in symbols.The quotient of 20 and 5 is 4

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$6 \div 2=3$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$6 \div 3=2$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$\frac{36}{9}=4$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$\frac{36}{4}=9$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$\frac{48}{6}=8$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$\frac{35}{7}=5$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$28 \div 7=4$$

Write a multiplication statement that is equivalent to each of the following division statements.$$81+9=9$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$25+5$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$72 \div 8$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$40+5$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$12 \div 2$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$9 \div 0$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$7 \div 1$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$360 \div 8$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$285 \div 5$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$\frac{138}{6}$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$\frac{267}{3}$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$5 \longdiv { 7 , 6 5 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$5 \sqrt { 5 , 6 7 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$5 \sqrt { 6 . 7 5 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$5 \sqrt { 6 , 5 7 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$3 \sqrt { 5 4 , 0 0 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$3 \sqrt { 5 0 , 4 0 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$3 \sqrt { 5 0 , 0 4 0 }$$

Find each of the following quotients. (Divide.)$$3 \sqrt { 5 0 , 0 0 4 }$$

Work Problems 35 through 38 mentally, without using a calculator.The quotient $845+93$ is closest to which of the following numbers?a. 10b. 100c. $1,000$d. $10,000$

Work Problems 35 through 38 mentally, without using a calculator.The quotient $762 \div 43$ is closest to which of the following numbers?a. 2b. 20 c. 200d. 2,000

The quotient $15,208 \div 771$ is closest to which of the following numbers?a. 2b. 20c. 200d. 2,000

Work Problems 35 through 38 mentally, without using a calculator.The quotient $24,471 \div 523$ is closest to which of the following numbers?a. 5b. 50c. 500d. $5,000$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$316 \div 289$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$662 \div 289$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$728 \div 355$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$728 \div 177$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$921 \div 243$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$921 \div 442$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$673\div109$$

Mentally give a one-digit estimate for each of the following quotients. That is, for each quotient, mentally estimate the answer using one of the digits $1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,$ or 9$$673 \div 218$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$1,440\div32$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$1,206 \div 67$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$\frac{2,401}{49}$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$\frac{4,606}{49}$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$2 8 \div { 1 2 , 0 9 6 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$2 8 \div { 9 6 , 0 1 2 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$6 3 \div { 9 0 , 5 9 4 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$4 5 \div { 1 7 , 5 9 5 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$8 7 \div { 6 1 , 3 3 5 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$7 9 \div { 4 8 , 0 3 2 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$4 5 \div { 1 3 5 , 9 0 0 }$$

Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$5 6 \div { 2 2 7 , 9 2 0 }$$

Complete the following tables.(table cannot copy)

The following division problems all have remainders.$$6 \sqrt { 3 7 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$8 \sqrt { 3 9 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$3 \sqrt { 2 7 1 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$3 \sqrt { 1 7 2 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$2 6 \div { 3 4 5 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$2 6 \div { 5 4 3 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$7 1 \div { 1 6 , 6 2 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$7 1 \div { 3 3 , 2 4 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$2 3 \div { 9 , 2 5 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$2 3 \div { 2 0 , 8 0 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$1 6 9 \div { 5 , 9 5 0 }$$

The following division problems all have remainders.$$3 9 1 \div { 3 4 , 4 5 0 }$$

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Monthly Income $A$ family has an annual income of $\$ 42,300 .$ How much is their monthly income?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Hourly Wages If a man works an 8 -hour shift and is paid $\$ 96,$ how much does he make for 1 hour?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Price per Pound If 6 pounds of a certain kind of fruit cost $\$ 4.74,$ how much does 1 pound cost?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.cost of a Dress A dress shop orders 45 dresses for a total of $\$ 2,205 .$ If they paid the same amount for each dress, how much was each dress?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Filling Glasses How many 32 - ounce bottles of Coke will be needed to fill sixteen 6-ounce glasses?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Filling Glasses How many 8-ounce glasses can be filled from three 32 -ounce bottles of soda?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Filling Glasses How many 5 -ounce glasses can be filled from a 32 -ounce bottle of milk? How many ounces of milk will be left in the bottle when all the glasses are full?

Filling Glasses How many 5 -ounce glasses can be filled from a 32 -ounce bottle of milk? How many ounces of milk will be left in the bottle when all the glasses are full?Filling Glasses How many 3 -ounce glasses can be filled from a 28 - ounce bottle of milk? How many ounces of milk will be left in the bottle when all the glasses are filled?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Boston Red Sox The annual payroll for the Boston Red Sox for the 2007 season was about $\$ 156$ million dollars. If there are 40 players on the roster what is the average salary per player for the Boston Red Sox?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Miles per Gallon A traveling salesman kept track of his mileage for 1 month. He found that he traveled $1,104$ miles and used 48 gallons of gas. How many miles did he travel on each gallon of gas?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Milligrams of Calcium Suppose one egg contains 25 milligrams of calcium, a piece of toast contains 40 milligrams of calcium, and a glass of milk contains 215 milligrams of calcium. How many milligrams of calcium are contained in a breakfast that consists of three eggs, two glasses of milk, and four pieces of toast?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Milligrams of Iron Suppose a glass of juice contains 3 milligrams of iron and a piece of toast contains 2 milligrams of iron. If Diane drinks two glasses of juice and has three pieces of toast for breakfast, how much iron is contained in the meal?

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Fitness Walking The guidelines for fitness now indicate that a person who walks $10,000$ steps daily is physically fit. According to The Walking Site on the Internet, it takes just over $2,000$ steps to walk one mile. If that is the case, how many miles do you need to walk in order to take $10,000$ steps?(image cannot copy)

The application problems that follow may involve more than merely division. Some may require addition, subtraction, or multiplication, whereas others may use a combination of two or more operations.Fundraiser As part of a fundraiser for the Earth Day activities on your campus, three volunteers work to stuff $3,210$ envelopes with information about global warming. How many envelopes did cach volunteer stuff?