We get, divide 108 by 12108 ÷ 12 = 9Therefore, there are 9 seats in each row. We get, divide 63 by 963 ÷ 9 = 7Therefore, Tom gives 7 apples to each of his friends. Mark baked 195 cookies and divided them equally into 13 packs. Solution: Total number of cookies = 195There are 13 packs.
Solution: To answer this question, we need to divide 89 by 12 89 ÷ 12 Quotient - 7 Remainder - 5If the caterer arranges 7 tables, then 5 people will have no place to sit. We get, divide 1200 by 601200 ÷ 60 = 20So there are 20 hours in 1200 minutes. To find how many seats are there in each row, divide the total number of passengers by the number of rows of seats on the bus. To find how many apples Tom gave to each of his friends, divide the total number of apples by the number of friends.
He gave each of 7 friends an equal number of pretzels.
The following are some examples of 3rd Grade Word Problems for multiplication and division.
The grade levels are a guideline -- please use your judgment based on your child's ability and eagerness (my eldest daughter always used a grade below whereas my younger daughter seems to be a grade or two above -- go figure).
Keep in mind that Math Word Problems require reading, comprehension and math skills so a child who is good at basic math equations may struggle more than you would expect when faced with math word problems.
We get, divide 195 by 13195 ÷ 13 = 15Therefore, Mark put 15 cookies in each pack. If Nancy has 250 oranges, how many glasses of orange juice can she make? Solution: Total number of hands = 120We have 2 hands.
To find how many cookies did Mark put in each packet, divide the total number of cookies by the number of packs. Nancy needs 5 lemons to make a glass of orange juice.
These problems are solved with the help of block diagrams or bar models (Singapore Math).
Each bag contains wheat = 105 kg In a problem sum involving division, we have to be careful about using the remainder. Solution: Total number of oranges = 250She needs 5 lemons to make a glass of orange juice. To find how many students were at the class, divide the total number of hands by the number of hands we have.