Worksheet: The Division Symbol: Grouping Equally
In this worksheet, we will practice using the division symbol to write equations to find the number of equal groups when we put 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10 objects into a group.
There are 12 fish.
There are fish in each bowl.
There are bowls.
Fill in the blank:
There are 18 children.
After making groups of 6, there are groups.
Which division equation shows what we did?
After making groups of 2, use the division symbol to write an equation that shows how many groups there will be.
Choose a story whose answer is .
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Pick the calculation that is equal to the number of plates.
How many plates are needed?
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