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# Division Word Problems - Practice #3 (Grade 4)

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## Division Word Problems - Practice #3

1.
Susan makes clay pots. She sells 125 pots per month to 5 stores. Each store buys the same number of pots. The number of pots each store buys is 20 pots.
1. True
2. False
2.
A roller coaster holds of 184 people. If each car holds 8 people, how many cars are there?
1. 854
2. 365
3. 25
4. 23
3.
Brittany had 378 jelly beans. She placed them equally into 6 cups. How many jelly beans were in each cup?
1. 60
2. 63
3. 72
4. 391
4.
A post office has forty-nine pieces of junk mail they want to split evenly between six mail trucks. How many extra pieces of junk mail will they have if they give each truck the same amount of junk mail?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5.
Sophia wants to buy collector boxes that can hold 6 dolls each. How many boxes will Sophia need to buy for her collection of 168 dolls?
1. 21
2. 28
3. 34
4. 1,008
6.
At the school concert there were 560 people seated in 8 rows. If there were no empty seats, how many people were in each row?
1. 553 people
2. 480 people
3. 70 people
4. 60 people
7.
A farmer is planting 145 fruit trees in rows. If he plants 5 trees in each row, how many rows of fruit trees will the farmer have to plant?
1. 725
2. 140
3. 25
4. 29
8.
Isaac put 75 trading cards in a book. Each page of the book holds 6 cards. What is the fewest number of pages Isaac could use?
1. 14
2. 13
3. 12
4. 11
9.
There are 57 candles in the box. Ms. Reese wants to put the candles in baskets. Six candles will fit in each basket. How many full baskets will Ms. Reese have?
1. 6
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9
10.
A garden has 54 plants. There are 9 plants in each row. How many rows of plants are there?
1. 7
2. 63
3. 6
4. 486
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