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Grade 3 - Mathematics
2.8 Division Word Problems

Method:
  • Read the problems carefully
  • Compute the results as per the question.
Example:
There are 45 students in a class. They are divided into 5 groups. How many students are there in each group?
We divide the number of students by the number of groups. 45/5
Answer : 9

Example:
There are 45 students in a class. Each group has 9 students. How many groups are there?
We divide the number of students by the number of students in each groups. 45/9 = 5
Answer : 5


Directions: Solve the following. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: You need 1 dozen (that is 12) eggs to bake 6 cakes. How many eggs do you need for 1 cake?
6
12
10
2

Q 2: Mrs. Webb has 27 roses. She wants to divide them into 3 vases. How many roses should she put in each vase?
7
9
27
3

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