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Chapter 3 Interpreting Remainders. 6.C.1.a Multiply whole numbers 6.C.1.b Divide whole numbers 6.C.1.c Interpret quotients and remainders mathematically and in the context of a problem

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chapter 3 interpreting remainders

Chapter 3 Interpreting Remainders

6.C.1.a Multiply whole numbers

6.C.1.b Divide whole numbers

6.C.1.c Interpret quotients and remainders mathematically and in the context of a problem

3.A.1.a Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of teacher-selected options to learn new content or reinforce skills.

interpreting the remainder
Interpreting the remainder:
  • Sometimes only use the quotient and ignore the remainder.
  • Sometimes the remainder is part of the answer.
  • Sometimes you add 1 to the quotient.
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A total of 125 fifth graders will travel to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Aquarium. If each bus holds 42 students, how many buses will be needed?

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The 125 students will be placed in groups for the trip. If each chaperone has 6 students, how many students would be in the last group?

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Each picnic table at the Inner Harbor seats 8 people. How many tables will the 125 students need if they all eat at the same time?
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Once in the Aquarium, only 15 students may enter the Dolphin Show at a time. How many groups will need to be formed if all 125 students want to see the show?

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Once back at school, students will give presentations about assigned exhibits. If each of the 125 students speak for 9 minutes, how many presentations will there be each day? (Hint: 7 hours = 420 minutes)

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A total of 17 pictures from the trip will be placed in the school yearbook. If 4 pictures fit onto one page, how many pages will be needed to include all of the pictures?

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when you solve a problem with a remainder you
When you solve a problem with a remainder, you…
  • always ignore the remainder
  • do not use the remainder
  • sometimes add 1 to the quotient
  • estimate the answer
now try this

Now try this!

http://www.studyzone.org/testprep/math4/d/remainder4l.cfm