# Division with remainders

In this lesson, we will explore how to interpret remainders in the context of a problem. We will begin with very simple numbers we can calculate mentally, reasoning whether the answer needs to be rounded to the next whole number or not before moving onto numbers suited to a short division strategy.

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# Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.When using short division, knowledge of factors allow us to work efficiently and securely. Which number would make each of the following number statements complete?

1/5

Q2.Which estimation would be most appropriate for the following problem: 'There are an equal number of bronze, silver and gold medals. There are 443 medals in total. How many gold medals are there?'

2/5

Q3.Mr Ward has spotted a mistake in the calculation below. But can you spot what it is?

3/5

Q4.When doing a division calculation, the result or answer is also widely known as....

4/5

Q5.When calculating a division equation, the number we are dividing by is also commonly referred to as....

5/5

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# Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.When using short division, knowledge of factors allow us to work efficiently and securely. Which number would make each of the following number statements complete?

1/5

Q2.Which estimation would be most appropriate for the following problem: 'There are an equal number of bronze, silver and gold medals. There are 443 medals in total. How many gold medals are there?'

2/5

Q3.Mr Ward has spotted a mistake in the calculation below. But can you spot what it is?

3/5

Q4.When doing a division calculation, the result or answer is also widely known as....

4/5

Q5.When calculating a division equation, the number we are dividing by is also commonly referred to as....

5/5

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# Division with remainders quiz

Today we looked at the appropriate use of remainders, deciding when to round up or when to ignore the remainders in the context of the question. Now it is time to see how confident you are with the learning concept taught today. Please read the questions carefully and feel free to jot down your working out on paper if you need to. Best of luck everyone!

Q1.Taxis from the Olympic village to the arena can hold a maximum of 4 passengers. There are 42 people, how many taxis are needed?

1/5

Q2.Tickets for the Day 3 of the Olympic Swimming events is £12. Daniel has £100 in his wallet. How many tickets can he buy for him and his friends?

2/5

Q3.Which word problem would it be appropriate to round up the remainder to the following calculation? 620 ÷ 11 = 56 r 4

3/5

Q4.The apartments in the Olympic village hold four people each. 25 apartments were required in total. Which calculation would provide us with an appropriate answer to solve the problem?

4/5

Q5.Olympic T-shirts are packed into boxes of 12. How many full boxes can be packed for the 748 t-shirts produced in the factory today?

5/5

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# Division with remainders quiz

Today we looked at the appropriate use of remainders, deciding when to round up or when to ignore the remainders in the context of the question. Now it is time to see how confident you are with the learning concept taught today. Please read the questions carefully and feel free to jot down your working out on paper if you need to. Best of luck everyone!

Q1.Taxis from the Olympic village to the arena can hold a maximum of 4 passengers. There are 42 people, how many taxis are needed?

1/5

Q2.Tickets for the Day 3 of the Olympic Swimming events is £12. Daniel has £100 in his wallet. How many tickets can he buy for him and his friends?

2/5

Q3.Which word problem would it be appropriate to round up the remainder to the following calculation? 620 ÷ 11 = 56 r 4

3/5

Q4.The apartments in the Olympic village hold four people each. 25 apartments were required in total. Which calculation would provide us with an appropriate answer to solve the problem?

4/5

Q5.Olympic T-shirts are packed into boxes of 12. How many full boxes can be packed for the 748 t-shirts produced in the factory today?

5/5

# Lesson summary: Division with remainders

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