### All Common Core: 3rd Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

I have oranges and boxes. I am going to put the same number of oranges in each box. How many oranges will be in each box?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #2 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

I have oranges and boxes. I am going to put the same number of oranges in each box. How many oranges will be in each box?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #3 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

I have oranges and boxes. I am going to put the same number of oranges in each box. How many oranges will be in each box?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #1 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #5 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #6 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #7 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #8 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #9 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is

### Example Question #1 : Dividing Within 100 To Solve Word Problems

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Looking at the picture below, we have a total of oranges and boxes. Each box has oranges in it.

Because we are splitting the oranges up into equal groups, this is a division problem.

Let's let equal the total number of oranges per box.

Our equation is