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# Question Video: Solving Word Problems Involving the Division of Numbers up to 100 Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

18 friends want to play volleyball. If they divide into teams of 6 people, how many teams will there be?

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18 friends want to play volleyball. If they divide into teams of six people, how many teams will there be?

We know that 18 friends want to play volleyball. We also know that they divide into teams of six people. If we divide 18 by six, that will tell us how many teams they can make.

To divide 18 by six, we need to calculate how many sixes go into 18. One group of six is six. Two groups of six is 12. Three groups of six makes 18. 18 divided by six equals three. If the 18 friends who want to play volleyball divide into teams of six, there will be three teams. 18 divided by six equals three.

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