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# Question Video: Interpreting Divisions of Whole Numbers by Counting and Grouping Mathematics • Fourth Year of Primary School

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Each of the milk bottles are sold in crates of 4. How many complete crates are there and how many bottles are left over?

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Each of the milk bottles are sold in crates of four. How many complete crates are there and how many bottles are left over?

This is a division problem. We have to divide the milk bottles into crates of four. In other words, we have to divide the milk bottles into equal groups of four. We have to count how many crates or groups of four there are and how many bottles are left over. This group has already been done for us. It contains four milk bottles. Let’s continue dividing the milk bottles into groups of four. Now we’ve got two groups of four, three groups of four, four groups of four, and there’s one milk bottle left over. We made four equal groups, and there’s one milk bottle left over. If the milk bottles were sold in crates of four, we could make four complete crates, and there would be one milk bottle left over.

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