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## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 6 Lesson 1 Answer Key Represent Division

I Can use the information in a division problem to find the number of groups or the number in each group.

Spark Your Learning

Taryn works at a comic book store. She wants to put 24 comic books on display. She wants to make equal groups. How many equal groups can Taryn make? How many comic books are in each group?

Show equal groups.

Turn and Talk What is another way that Taryn can make equal groups with 24 comic books? How many equal groups would there be? How many comic books would be in each group? Explain a third way that Taryn can make equal groups with

Answer:

Given that;

Taryn works at a comic book store.

she puts comic books on the display = 24

24/6 = 4

There are 4 equal groups and each group has 6 books.

Another way is

24 = 6 × 4

Therefore multiplying 6 books and 4 groups we get 24.

And the third way is

By adding 4 groups of 6 books.

24 = 6 + 6 + 6 + 6

Build Understanding

1. Kent is making comic strips to give away at a comic book fair. He has a roll of paper that is 18 inches long. Kent draws comic strips that are each 3 inches long. How many comic strips does Kent draw?

Show equal groups.

A. Are you finding the number in each group or the number of groups?

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Answer:

The number of groups is 18/3 = 6

B. How many comic strips does Kent draw?

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Answer:

Given that;

Kent is making comic strips band give away to a comic book fair.

The length of the paper is 18 inches long.

Kent draws each comic strip is 3 inches long

The number of comic strips done by kent is 18/3 = 6

The number of comic strips is 6.

Turn and Talk Suppose the roll of paper Kent uses is 30 inches long and Kent draws 6 comic strips. How many inches long would each comic strip be?

2. Some friends want to equally share these baseball cards. There are 5 friends. How many baseball cards does each friend get?

A. How many baseball cards are there?

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Answer:

The total number of baseball cards is 20.

Connect to Vocabulary

You can show a whole group separated into equal groups. To divide means to separate into equal groups.

B. Are you finding the number in each group or the number of groups?

Answer:

Given that:

The total number of baseball cards is 20.

The total number of friends is 5.

Therefore 20/5 = 4

Each group has 4 baseball cards.

C. How many baseball cards does each friend get? _________

Answer:

Each friend gets 4 baseball cards.

Turn and Talk How can you use what you know about multiplication to check your answer?

Check Understanding Math Board

Question 1.

Sally cuts a roll of paper into 4-inch long strips. The paper is 16 inches long. How many strips does Sally cut?

Answer:

Given that;

The total length of the paper is 16 inches long.

Sallu cuts a roll of paper into 4 inches long.

The total number of strips does sally cut = 16/4 = 4.

Therefore there are 4 strips cut.

On Your Own

Question 2.

Reason Omar uses 36 craft sticks to make drink coasters. Each coaster has the same number of craft sticks. He makes 4 drink coasters. How many craft sticks does Omar use to make each coaster?

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Answer:

Given that;

The total number of craft sticks that Omar makes a drink coaster = 36 crafts.

The total number of drink coasters he makes = 4.

The total craft sticks does Omar use to make each coaster = 36/4 = 9

Question 3.

Keiko makes string bracelets. She has a string that is 56 inches long. Each bracelet is 8 inches long. How many bracelets does Keiko make? _________

Answer:

Given that;

The total length of the string is 56 inches long.

The length of each bracelet is 8 inches long.

The number of bracelets made by Keiko make is 56/8 = 7.

Question 4.

Construct Arguments Max says 20 objects can be separated into 4 equal groups. Mara says 20 objects can be separated into 5 equal groups. Who is correct? Explain. Draw to show your answer.

Answer:

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Did my strategy for showing equal groups work? How can I adjust?

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Given that;

The first statement is construct arguments max says 20 objects are separated into 4 groups.

There are 20 objects and 4 groups so, 20/4 = 5

Each group has 5 objects.

The second statement is Mara says 20 objects are separated into 5 equal groups.

There are 20 objects and 5 groups so, 20/5 = 4

Here each group has 4 objects

Therefore both the statements are true.