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# Lesson Objective

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## Miss Mayer

on 17 September 2015

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Divide 3- and 4-digit dividends by 1-digit divisors.

Lesson Objective
Essential Question

How do you solve and check division problems?
Divide by 1-Digit
Divisors

Divide 3- and 4-digit dividends by 1-digit divisors.

Lesson Objective
Essential Question

How do you solve and check division problems?
Divide by 1-Digit
Divisors

Divide 3- and 4-digit dividends by 1-digit divisors.

Lesson Objective
Essential Question

How do you solve and check division problems?
Divide by 1-Digit
Divisors

Divide 3- and 4-digit dividends by 1-digit divisors.

Lesson Objective
Essential Question

How do you solve and check division problems?
Divide by 1-Digit
Divisors
Matthews family is planning a trip to Disneyland, California. They will begin their trip in Lakewood Ranch, Florida , and will travel 2,754 miles over 9 days. If the family travels an equal number of miles every day, how far will they travel each day?
Step 1 :
9 1
18 2
27 3
36 4
5
6
7
8
9 2754
Division and multiplication are inverse operations.
Inverse operations are opposite operations that undo each other.
You can use multiplication to check your answer to a division problem

There are 246 students going on a field trip to pan for gold.
If they are going in vans that hold 9 students each, how many vans are needed?
How many students will ride in the van that isn’t full?
At a bake sale, a fifth-grade class sold 324 cupcakes in packages of 6.
How many packages of cupcakes did the class sell?
Write a tweet to me and explain to them,
How do you solve and check division problems?
Use Numbers and words to show your explanation. Don't forget you only get 200 words
and Use #1digitdivison

Start off with
@MISSMAYER
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