## Engage NY Eureka Math 6th Grade Module 4 Lesson 14 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Example Answer Key

Example 1.
Fill in the three remaining squares so that all the squares contain equivalent expressions. Example 2.
Fill in a blank copy of the four boxes using the words dividend and divisor so that it is set up for any example. ### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Exercise Answer Key

Exercises

Complete the missing spaces in each rectangle set.

Set A 1. 5 ÷ p
5 divided by p, $$\frac{5}{p}$$, 2. The quotient of g and h
g ÷ h, $$\frac{g}{h}$$, 3. 23 divided by w, 23 ÷ w, $$\frac{23}{w}$$

4. $$\frac{y}{x+8}$$
y divided by the sum of x and 8, y ÷ (x + 8), 5. 7 divided by the quantity a minus 6
7 ÷ (a – 6), $$\frac{7}{a-6}$$, 6. The sum of m and 11 dividend by 3, (m + 11) ÷ 3, $$\frac{m+11}{3}$$

7. (f + 2) ÷ g
The sum of f and 2 dividend by g, $$\frac{f+2}{g}$$, 8. $$\frac{c-9}{d+3}$$
The quotient of c minus 9 and d plus 3, (c – 9) ÷ (d + 3), Set B 1. h ÷ 11 2. The quotient of m and n 3. The quotient of j and 5, j ÷ 5, $$\frac{j}{5}$$

4. $$\frac{h}{m-4}$$ 5. f divided by the quantity g minus 11 6. The sum of a and 5 dividend by 18, (a + 5) ÷ 18, $$\frac{a+5}{18}$$

7. (y – 3) ÷ x 8. $$\frac{g+5}{h-11}$$
The quotient of g plus 5 divided by the quantity h minus 11, Set C 1. 6 ÷ k 2. The quotient of j and k 3. a dividend by 10, a ÷ 10, $$\frac{a}{10}$$

4. $$\frac{15}{f-2}$$ 5. 13 divided by the sum of h and 1 6. The sum of c plus 18 dividend by 3, (c + 18) ÷ 3, $$\frac{c+18}{3}$$

7. (h – 2) ÷ m 8. $$\frac{4-m}{n+11}$$
The quantity of 4 minus m divided by the sum of n and 11, ### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Problem Set Answer Key

Complete the missing spaces in each rectangle set. The quotient of h and 16, , $$\frac{h}{16}$$
m divided by the quantity b minus 33, , m ÷ (b – 33)  The sum of y and 13 dividend by 2, (y + 13) ÷ 2, $$\frac{y+13}{2}$$

### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Write the division expression in words and as a fraction.
(g + 12)÷h
g+12
The sum of g and 12 divided by h, $$\frac{g+12}{13}$$

Question 2.
Write the following division expression using the division symbol and as a fraction: f divided by the quantity h minus 3.
f ÷ (h – 3) and $$\frac{f}{h-3}$$

### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Long Division Algorithm Answer Key

Long Division Algorithm

Progression of Exercises

Question 1.
3,282 ÷ 6
547

Question 2.
2,712 ÷ 3
904

Question 3.
15,036 ÷ 7
2,148

Question 4.
1,788 ÷ 8
223.5

Question 5.
5,736 ÷ 12
478

Question 6.
35,472 ÷ 16
2,217

Question 7.
13,384÷28
478

Question 8.
31,317÷39