Module 2 Review. 5 th grade math. Jim uses 32 ounces of oranges to make a pitcher of orange juice. He has 768 ounces of orange juice. How many pitchers of orange juice can Jim make?. ANSWER: 768 divided by 32 = 24 pitchers of orange juice.
5th grade math
Jim uses 32 ounces of oranges to make a pitcher of orange juice. He has 768 ounces of orange juice. How many pitchers of orange juice can Jim make?
The Lake Travis High School PAC has 8 sections. There are 425 seats in each section. About how many seats are in the PAC?
There are 456 people visiting the library. Each library table seats 16 people. How many tables are needed to seat all of the visitors?
My mom has 6 plastic jars in her craft room. Each jar holds 378 buttons. How many buttons in all does my mom have?
My family is going to Schlitterbahn. It costs $336 for 16 tickets. How much does one ticket cost?
What is the best way to estimate the quotient of 8,346 divided by 17?
A pet store owner orders 2,080 dog bones. He decides to sell the dog bones in packages of 8. How many packages of bones will he be able to make?
I would divide 2,080 into 8. First, I would estimate.2,080 would be changed to 1,600 and 8 would stay the same, so1,600 divided by 8, 16 divided by 8 = 2, and I add 2 zeroes.My estimate is 200.2,080 divided by 8 = 260 packages.
This is a griddable. When I get an answer, I might be asked to transfer my answer onto the griddable.