## Engage NY Eureka Math 5th Grade Module 4 Lesson 31 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 4 Lesson 31 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.

Estimate and then divide. An example has been done for you.

a. 53.2 Ã· 0.4 â‰ˆ

b. 1.52 Ã· 0.8 â‰ˆ

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Question 2.

Estimate and then divide. The first one has been done for you.

a. 9.42 Ã· 0.03 â‰ˆ

b. 39.36 Ã· 0.96 â‰ˆ

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Question 3.

Solve using the standard algorithm. Use the thought bubble to show your thinking as you rename the divisor as a whole number.

a. 46.2 Ã· 0.3 = ______

b. 3.16 Ã· 0.04 = ______

c. 2.31 Ã· 0.3 = ______

d. 15.6 Ã· 0.24 = ______

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Question 4.

The total distance of a race is 18.9 km.

a. If volunteers set up a water station every 0.7 km, including one at the finish line, how many stations will they have?

b. If volunteers set up a first aid station every 0.9 km, including one at the finish line, how many stations will they have?

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Question 5.

In a laboratory, a technician combines a salt solution contained in 27 test tubes. Each test tube contains 0.06 liter of the solution. If he divides the total amount into test tubes that hold 0.3 liter each, how many test tubes will he need?

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### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 4 Lesson 31 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Estimate first, and then solve using the standard algorithm. Show how you rename the divisor as a whole number.

Question 1.

6.39 Ã· 0.09

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Question 2.

82.14 Ã· 0.6

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### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 4 Lesson 31 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Estimate and then divide. An example has been done for you.

a. 61.6 Ã· 0.8 â‰ˆ

b. 5.74 Ã· 0.7 â‰ˆ

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Question 2.

Estimate and then divide. An example has been done for you.

a. 4.74 Ã· 0.06 â‰ˆ

b. 19.44 Ã· 0.54 â‰ˆ

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Question 3.

Solve using the standard algorithm. Use the thought bubble to show your thinking as you rename the divisor as a whole number.

a. 38.4 Ã· 0.6 = ______

b. 7.52 Ã· 0.08 = ______

c. 12.45 Ã· 0.5 = ______

d. 5.6 Ã· 0.16 = ______

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Question 4.

Lucia is making a 21.6 centimeter beaded string to hang in the window. She decides to put a green bead every 0.4 centimeters and a purple bead every 0.6 centimeters. How many green beads and how many purple beads will she need?

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Question 5.

A group of 14 friends collects 0.7 pound of blueberries and decides to make blueberry muffins. They put 0.05 pound of berries in each muffin. How many muffins can they make if they use all the blueberries they collected?

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