Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Fluently Divide Multi-Digit Whole Numbers: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.B.6

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Example Question #1 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

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Example Question #2 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

 

This means that ; thus, 

Example Question #3 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

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

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

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

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

4

Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

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

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

Example Question #7 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

6

Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

Example Question #8 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

 

This means that ; thus, 

Example Question #9 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

This means that ; thus, 

Example Question #10 : Fluently Divide Multi Digit Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Before we begin, let's review the pieces of a division problem:

The quotient is the answer to the division problem. The dividend is the number that gets divided by the divisor. 

One way to solve a division problem is to create an area model. The divisor equals the number of squares that make up the base of the area model. The dividend equals the number of total squares used. Fill the squares up from the base until you've used the correct number of squares. The height of the area model will be the quotient: 

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Another way to solve a division problem is to think of it as a multiplication problem. What number times the divisor equals the dividend? 

 __________ 

 

This means that ; thus, 

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