Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Solve Word Problems Involving Division of Whole Numbers Leading to Answers in the Form of Fractions or Mixed Numbers: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NF.B.3

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Example Question #1 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

If you bake 374 cookies for your class of 50 people, how many cookies does each student get?

Possible Answers:

Between 8 and 9 cookies

Between 6 and 7 cookies

Between 10 and 11 cookies

Between 7 and 8 cookies

Between 9 and 10 cookies

Correct answer:

Between 7 and 8 cookies

Explanation:

 

 

 

Example Question #1 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left over. 

Example Question #2 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a   pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left  over. 

Example Question #4 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left over. 

 

Example Question #5 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 and go into  only  times and  will be left over. 

Example Question #3 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left over. 

Example Question #7 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left over. 

 

Example Question #4 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can go into  only  times with  left over. 

Example Question #5 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 cand go into  only  times with  left over.

Example Question #10 : Solve Word Problems Involving Division Of Whole Numbers Leading To Answers In The Form Of Fractions Or Mixed Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nf.B.3

 people are sharing a  pound bag of peanuts. How much will each person get? Select the answer with the pair of numbers that the answer will be between. 

Possible Answers:

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

 and 

Correct answer:

 and 

Explanation:

We can think of this problem as an improper fraction and solve for the mixed number. 

 can be divided into  only  times, with  left over. 

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