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## Multiply Multiples 3

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## Always, Sometimes or Never? Number

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## What are division word problems?

## Division word problems in the national curriculum.

## Division word problems in KS2

## Why are word problems important for childrens’ understanding of division?

## How to solve this:

- There are 40 sweets in total
- They are to be divided amongst 8 friends in total
- We therefore need to divide the total number of sweets (40) by the number of friends (8). So to solve this problem we could put the total number of sweets (the dividend – 40 ) in the ‘bus stop’ for short division and divide by the total number of friends (the divisor – 8). If we do this, we would get the answer of 5 – the quotient. Each friend would get 5 sweets each as 40 divided by 8 is 5.
- Alternatively, we could use the inverse – multiplication – to solve this problem. We may not know the division fact that 40 divided by 8 = 5 but if we look to the inverse we may know what numeral multiplied by 8 equals 40. If we did our 8 times table we would get the answer of 5 – the correct answer.

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## Question 1:

Pictorially this would look like:

## Question 2:

## Question 3:

A multiplication fact that would help with this question would be to know 4 x 4 = 16

## Question 4:

## Question 5:

Answer: We will need 3 benches.

90 shared equally into 3 classes = 30 children per class

There are 8 cartons of milk in a pack.

124 divided by 4 = 31 footballs per class

150 children divided 10 = 15 mini buses.

Answer: Yes, Everly is correct.

If we divide 66 into 8 groups we will have 2 marbles left.

Answer: 15 flowers in each pot with 1 flower left over

If we divide 61 into 4 equal groups then we can use the short division method.

We put 61 into the ‘bus stop’ and divide it by 4.

So the answer to 61 divided by 4 = 15 remainder 1.

A plate can hold 9 cereal bars. There are 180 cereal bars to put out. How many plates do we need?

Answer: 20 with no remainder .

180 divided by 9 = 20 with no remainder.

## Questions 3:

If we do 188 divided by 11 we will get 17 remainder 1.

At a sports tournament there are 6 players in each team. There are 132 players altogether.

We use the short division method to divide 1,248 by 6 and we get 208 as the result.

Mia buys three computer games for £84.99. How much is one computer game?

We divide £84.99 by 3 and we get £28.33.

This will result in the number of tickets sold each week – 108 tickets.

A square sports field has a perimeter of 2.696km. How long is each side of the field?

When we divide 2,208 by 16 using long division we get the answer 138.

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- Write the following problem on the board and ask students to solve the problem in pairs: "Four friends went to a camp that cost a total of $480. They split the amount equally between each other. How much money did each friend pay for the camp?"
- Choose students to share their answers and how they solved the problem. Highlight the question they answered, the equations they used, and the important information and keywords as you jot down notes from their explanations on the board.
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