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Divide by 1-Digit Numbers - Test 3
Keywords: Common Core, Divide by 1-Digit Numbers
• Question 1

Jamal is planting seeds for a garden nursery. He plants 9 seeds in each container. If Jamal has 296 seeds to plant, about how many containers will he use?

• Question 2

Cecily picked 219 apples. She divided the apples equally into 3 baskets. How many apples are in each basket?

•  apples
• Question 3

A landscaping company planted 176 trees in 8 equal rows in the new park. How many trees did the company plant in each row?

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• Question 4

Use repeated subtraction to divide.

• Question 5

Ari stocks shelves at a grocery store. He puts 35 cans of juice on each shelf. The shelf has 4 equal rows and another row with only 3 cans. How many cans are in each of the equal rows?

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• Question 6

Allison took 112 photos on vacation. She wants to put them in a photo album that holds 4 photos on each page. How many pages can she fill?

•  pages
• Question 7

Annaka used partial quotients to divide 145 ÷ 5. Which shows a possible sum of partial quotients?

• 50 + 50 + 45
• 100 + 40 + 5
• 10 + 10 + 9
• 10 + 4 + 5
• Question 8

Marty counted how many breaths he took in 3 minutes. In that time, he took 51 breaths. He took the same number of breaths each minute. How many breaths did Marty take in one minute?

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• Question 9

There are 132 projects in the science fair. If 8 projects can fit in a row, how many full rows of projects can be made? How many projects are in the row that is  not full?

•  full rows projects in the non-full row
• Question 10

To divide 572 ÷ 4, Stanley estimated to place the first digit of the quotient. In which place is the first digit of the quotient?

• ones
• tens
• hundreds
• thousands
• Question 11

Which expression can be used to check
the quotient 646 ÷ 3?

• (251 x 3) + 1
• (215 x 3) + 2
• (215 x 3) + 1
• 646 x 3
• Question 12

There are 8 pencils in a package. How many packages will be needed for 28 children if each child gets 4 pencils?

•  packages

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