We included HMH Into Math Grade 5 Answer Key PDF Module 3 Review to make students experts in learning maths.

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Question 1.
Use Tools The county theater has 24 equal rows of seats and has enough seats for 312 people. How many seats are in each row? Tell what strategy or tool you will use to answer the question, explain your choice, and then find the answer.
Division Method,
Number of seats in each row are 13,

Explanation:
Given the county, the theater has 24 equal rows of seats and has enough seats for 312 people. To find the number of seats in each row we use the division method it gives the the seat number how they are equally distributed as
24)312(13
24
72
72
0
therefore number of seats in each row are 13.

Question 2.
Select all the expressions that have a value equal to 21.
A. 888 ÷ 41
B. 945 ÷ 45
C. 1,010 ÷ 47
D. 1,072 ÷ 49
E. 1,113 ÷ 53
B. 945 ÷ 45,
E. 1,113 ÷ 53,
so the expressions B, E  have a value equal to 21,

Explanation:
We will check the given expressions
A. 888 ÷ 41
41)888(21
82
68
41
27
21R27 ≠ 21,
B. 945 ÷ 45
45)945(21
90
45
45
0
21 = 21,
C. 1,010 ÷ 47
47)1010(21
94
70
47
23
21 R23 ≠ 21,
D. 1,072 ÷ 49
49)1072(21
98
92
49
43
21 R 43 ≠ 21,
E. 1,113 ÷ 53
53)1,113(21
106
53
53
0
21 = 21,
the expressions B, E have a value equal to 21
B. 945 ÷ 45,
E. 1,113 ÷ 53.

Question 3.
A factory makes 3,200 nails each day. Machines put 45 of these nails into each box of nails that the company sells, and these machines fill as many boxes as possible. How many boxes are filled, and how many nails are left over each day?
71 boxes are filled and 5 nails are left over each day,

Explanation:
Given a factory makes 3,200 nails each day. Machines put 45 of these nails into each box of nails that the company sells, and these machines fill as many boxes as possible.
So number of boxes filled are 3,200 ÷ 45
45)3,200(71
315
50
45
5
71 boxes are filled and 5 nails are left over each day.

Question 4.
Mrs. Cadle is saving to buy a racing bicycle. The bicycle costs $249, and she plans to save$20.00 each week. In how many weeks will she have saved enough money to buy the bicycle? Explain your reasoning,
13 weeks,

Explanation:
The bicycle costs $249, and she plans to save$20.00 each week.
Number of weeks will she have saved enough money to buy the bicycle are $249 ÷$20
20)249(12
20
49
40
9
As it requires 12 weeks and 9 days to save \$249, So Mrs.Cadle
need to save 13 weeks to buy the bicycle.

Divide. Interpret the remainder to solve.

Question 5.
An adventure club is taking buses for a camping trip. If each bus can hold 44 members, how many buses will be needed for 334 members?
8 buses,

Explanation:
Given an adventure club is taking buses for a camping trip.
If each bus can hold 44 members, number of buses will be needed for 334 members is
334 ÷ 44,
44)334(7
308
26
8 buses as we got 7 buses full and 26 more members are there.

Question 6.
A satellite takes 28 days to travel around the planet. How many complete orbits does the satellite make every 365 days?
13 orbits,

Explanation:
Given a satellite takes 28 days to travel around the planet.
Number of complete orbits does the satellite make every 365 days are
28)365(13
28
85
84
1
13 orbits.

Question 7.
A grain silo contains 1,330 tons of corn. The corn will be divided equally among 42 trucks. To find the amount of corn in each truck, Eliot tries to solve 1,330 ÷ 42. He estimates that the first digit of the whole-number quotient will be 2 tens. How should he adjust the first digit?
A. adjust it up to 3 tens
B. adjust it down to 1 ten
C. adjust it up to 2 hundreds
D. adjust it down to 2 ones
A. adjust it up to 3 tens,

Explanation:
Given A grain silo contains 1,330 tons of corn.
The corn will be divided equally among 42 trucks.
To find the amount of corn in each truck,
Eliot tries to solve 1,330 ÷ 42. He estimates that the first digit of the whole-number quotient will be 2 tens. Adjusting the first digit as 13 is greater than 4 so 13 divides 4 we get 3 , So adjust it up to 3 tens.

Describe the estimated digit in the whole-number quotient as too high, too low, or correct. Adjust the estimated digit if needed. Then divide.

Question 8.

The estimated digit in the whole-number
quotient is correct,

Explanation:
Given 8,645 ÷ 91
91)8,645(95
819
455
455
0
Given estimated quotient as 9 as we are getting 9,
the estimated digit in the whole-number
quotient is correct.

Question 9.

The estimated digit in the whole-number
quotient is high,

Explanation:
Given 1,243 ÷ 21
21)1,243(59
105
193
189
4
Given estimated quotient as 9 as we are getting 9,
the estimated digit in the whole-number
quotient is high.

Question 10.
A musical group performs two concerts. A total of 512 people attend the two concerts. The bar model represents the number of people that attend each concert. Which expression models the number of people attending Concert 1?

A. 512 ÷ 4
B. 512 ÷ 5
C. 512 ÷ 6
D. 512 ÷ 7
Expression C. 512 ÷ 6 models the number of people attending Concert 1.

Explanation:
Given a musical group performs two concerts.
A total of 512 people attend the two concerts.
The bar model represents the number of people that attend each concert. So equation from bar model is let concert 1 be A and concert 2 be B
so we have A + B = 512, we have B = 5A,
A + 5A = 512,
6A = 512,
A = 512 ÷ 6, therefore expression C.512 ÷ 6 models the number of people attending Concert 1.

Question 11.
Melanie had 8 times as many online customers as in-person customers today. She draws a bar model to compare the numbers of each type. If she served 234 customers today, how many online customers did she have?

A. 26
B. 156
C. 208
D. 156
A.26,

Explanation:
Given Melanie had 8 times as many online customers as in-person customers today. She draws a bar model to compare the numbers of each type.
If she served 234 customers today, Number of online customers did she have
let O be online customers and I be in-person customers
so I + O = 234 customers, as I = 8O,
😯 + O = 234,
9O = 234,
O = 234 ÷ 9 = 26,
therefore there are 26 online customers they have.

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