We included **HMH Into Math Grade 3 Answer Key**** PDF** **Module 6 Lesson 6 Represent Division with Bar Models** to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 6 Lesson 6 Answer Key Represent Division with Bar Models

I Can use a bar model to represent and solve a division problem and to write a division equation.

**Spark Your Learning**

This visual model shows how many pictures Ms. Kim takes of her dog in 3 days.

**Show the visual model in a different way. Explain your visual model.**

**Turn and Talk** What division equation can you write for your visual model? Explain how the parts of the division equation match your visual model.

Answer:

Mr. Kim takes her dog in 3 days.

The total number of pictures is 4 + 4 + 4 = 12

The division equation is 12/3 = 4.

**Build Understanding**

1. Zasha has 8 feet of yarn for a knitting project. She cuts the yarn into 4 equal pieces. How can you use a bar model to find the length of each piece of yarn?

**Complete the bar model to show equal groups.**

A. How many boxes do you need to show the equal pieces of yarn Zasha cuts? How many more boxes do you need to draw?

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Answer:

Therefore there are 2 boxes are shown and 2 more boxes are needed to show the equal pieces of yarn. There is a total of 4 peices.

B. What part of the bar model shows the length of each piece of yarn?

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Answer:

The number in the rectangular box of the bar modal shows the length of each piece of yarn.

C. What division equation can you write for the bar model? _________________________

Answer:

The division equation is 8/2 = 4.

D. How long is each piece of yarn? _________________________

Answer:

Each piece of yarn is 2 feets.

**Turn and Talk** Why are the boxes all the same size in a bar model for division?

2. Zasha uses the yarn to make 15 yarn animals. She packs the animals in bags. Each bag holds 3 yarn animals. How can you use the bar model to find the number of bags Zasha needs?

**Show equal groups.**

A. What part of the bar model shows the number of animals in each bag?

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Answer:

The number in the rectangular boxes part shows the number of animals in each bag.

B. What part of the bar mode! shows the number of bags Zasha needs?

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Answer:

The number of rectangular boxes shows the number of bags Zasha needs.

C. What division equation can you write for the bar model?

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Answer:

The division equation is 15/3 is 5.

D. How many bags does Zasha need?

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Answer:

Zasha needs 5 bags.

**Check Understanding Math Board**

Question 1.

There are 40 students in the gym. Coach Barnes makes teams for a game. She puts 8 students on each team. How many teams are there?

Answer:

Given that,

The total number of students in a gym is 40.

The total number of students in each row is 8.

Therefore the total number of students in each team is 40/8 is 5.

The total number of teams is 5.

**On Your Own**

Question 2.

Leslie packs 54 milk bottles. She places an equal number of milk bottles into 6 crates. How many milk bottles are in each crate?

Answer:

Given that,

The total number of milk bottles is 54.

She places an equal number of milk bottles in a crate is 6.

Therefore the number of milk bottles in each row is 54/6 = 9.

Question 3.

**Use Tools** Stan has 14 feet of cloth. He cuts the cloth into pieces that are each 2 feet long. How many pieces does he have? Complete the bar model. Explain how the bar model shows the length of each piece and the number of pieces.

Answer:

Given that,

The total length of the cloth is 14 feet.

He cuts the cloth into pieces that each piece is 2 feet.

The total number of pieces that he cut is 14/2 = 7.

**Use Tools Write a division equation for the bar model.**

Question 4.

Answer:

Given that,

The total length of the bar is 36.

The total number of boxes is 9.

Therefore the length of each box is 36/9 = 4

Question 5.

Answer:

Given that,

The total length of the bar is 50

Each bar length is 10.

The total number of bars is 50/10 = 5

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

Do I share strategies for using bar models to divide with others? Do I accept strategies from others? Explain.

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