# Common Core: 4th Grade Math : Divide Multi-Digit Numbers: CCSS.Math.Content.4.NBT.B.6

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #2 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #3 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #4 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #5 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #6 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #7 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #8 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #9 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.

Explanation:

Using our problem to make a rectangular array, we know that we are going to use a total of  squares, and one dimension of the rectangular array is going to have  squares, we'll make that the width. Our answer will be how many squares high the rectangle array is, or the height.

We can start with  squares and keep adding  on top of the previous  until we've used all  squares. Our rectangular array is  squares high.

### Example Question #10 : Divide Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.B.6

Solve  by making a rectangular array.