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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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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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?
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?
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?
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)
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?