# Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Interpret Whole-Number Quotients of Whole Numbers: CCSS.Math.Content.3.OA.A.2

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Solve the following:

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #2 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #1 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #4 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there is  triangle in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #1 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #6 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #7 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #151 : Common Core Math: Grade 3

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is

### Example Question #9 : Interpret Whole Number Quotients Of Whole Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.A.2

Explanation:

When we are dividing, we are splitting things up into groups. For this problem, we can think of this as we have  items and we want to split them up equally into  groups. We are solving for the number of items in each group.

We can draw  circles and start putting the  items, in this case triangles, into each circle equally.

Our answer is the number of items in  group. In this case, there are  triangles in each of the groups so our answer is