Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm (6.NS.2) and Division of Decimals (6.NS.3 )Focused Review(1&2)

Posted: October 15, 2013 in Periods 1&2

A group of 15 students visit Jim’s farm on a field trip. Jim wants to distribute 60 apples equally among the 15 children visiting his farm.

How can you describe the first step Jim needs to take to find how many apples each student gets? Choose all that apply.

Jessica buys 15 paint jars for a total of $90. Each paint jar has the same price.

Write a division expression to find the cost of each jar. What is the cost of each jar?

There are 28,000 seats in a local stadium arranged in 250 rows, each with the same number of seats.

How many people can be seated in each row?

The tennis coach at Charlotte Middle School has a budget of $1,200 to buy tennis rackets for each of the 21 students on his team. Each student will get the same type of racket.

Write the division expression to find the price of each racket. How much money will be left over?

451.65×8.2

Estimate the product by rounding each factor to the nearest whole number.

Identify if the estimated answer is higher or lower than the exact answer.

19.2−1.8

Estimate the difference by rounding to the nearest whole number, and identify if the estimated answer is higher or lower than the exact answer.

1.48+9.2

Estimate the sum. Then identify if the estimated sum greater than, less than, or equal to 11.

20.72÷2.6

Estimate the quotient by rounding to the nearest whole number.

Is the estimate less than, greater than, or equal to 10?

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