# Division Basics Chapter Exam

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#### Question 1 1. Use division to calculate 6/3. The answer is _____.

#### Question 2 2. Use division to calculate 8/4. The answer is _____.

#### Question 3 3. Use division to calculate 7/4. The answer is _____.

#### Question 4 4. Use division to calculate 20/2. The answer is _____.

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Question 5
5.
What is the first step to solve this word problem?

Carly bought 200 tickets for the amusement park. if each ride takes 5 tickets, how many rides can she get on?

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Question 6
6.
Carly bought 200 tickets for the amusement park. if each ride takes 5 tickets, how many rides can she get on?

In this word problem, what is the dividend and why?

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Question 7
7.
Solve the following word problem.

Matthew wants to organize his collection of 177 race cars. If puts 9 cars in each box, how many boxes will he need?

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Question 8
8.
Solve the following problem:

Mrs. White bought 189 erasers for 9 of her students. How many erasers will each student get?

#### Question 9 9. Tom has five gift bags. If he wants to put three pieces of candy in each gift bag, how many pieces of candy should he buy?

#### Question 10 10. Fill in the blank: Multiplication and Division _____ each other.

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#### Question 11 11. What do we use multiplication for?

#### Question 12 12. What do we use division for?

#### Question 13 13. A family of two parents and two children orders a pizza that comes with 16 slices. The family of four people needs to divide the pizza evenly between them. How many slices of pizza will each of them get?

#### Question 14 14. Which of the following problems would you most likely be able to solve using division?

#### Question 15 15. What does the word evenly mean?

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#### Question 16 16. Patrick bakes 18 cookies and divides them equally for his 3 brothers. How many cookies does each brother receive?

#### Question 17 17. Which of the following operations can be used instead of the opposite operation of multiplication when working with a division sentence?

#### Question 18 18. Complete this division sentence: 10 / _____ = 5.

#### Question 19 19. Which of the following completes the division sentence: 40 / _____ = 5.

#### Question 20 20. Which of the following explains the relationship between division and multiplication?

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#### Question 21 21. What must we do after we strike out the common zeros?

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Question 22
22.
How many zeros do these two numbers have in common?

103,400,000 and 764,382,000

#### Question 23 23. Solve:

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Question 24
24.
How many zeros do these two numbers have in common?

137,000,000 and 458,000,000

#### Question 25 25. What is the missing quotient?

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#### Question 26 26. What is the missing number?

#### Question 27 27. What is the missing dividend?

#### Question 28 28. If I start with 0 divided by 4 equals 0, what equation would come next?

#### Question 29 29. Use division to calculate 50/10. The answer is _____.

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Question 30
30.
What is the division statement in the following word problem?

Ben, Ken and Jen had two turkey sandwiches to share. What portion of the sandwiches will each of the three friends get?

#### Division Basics Chapter Exam Instructions

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