Common Core: 4th Grade Math : Solve Multistep Word Problems Using the Four Operations: CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.A.3

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Example Question #91 : Use The Four Operations With Whole Numbers To Solve Problems

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

     

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there is  person left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

Example Question #32 : Solve Multistep Word Problems Using The Four Operations: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Oa.A.3

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

     

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there are  people left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

Example Question #92 : Use The Four Operations With Whole Numbers To Solve Problems

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

           

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there are  people left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

Example Question #91 : Common Core Math: Grade 4

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there are  people left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

Example Question #92 : Common Core Math: Grade 4

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

     

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there are  people left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

Example Question #96 : Use The Four Operations With Whole Numbers To Solve Problems

 students are going on a field trip.  students can ride in each car. How many cars will they need for the field trip?

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we have a set of something that we are splitting up into groups, we divide. In this case, we are dividing students up into cars. We will let  represent the number of cars they will need.

Our answer is  with a remainder of . This means that they will have  full cars of  people, but there is  person left over. So they need  cars in order for every student to be in a car. 

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