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3rd grade math

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I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS IS A THIRD GRADE WORKSHEET! THIS IS SOO INAPPROPRIATE. THEY HAVE NEVER DONE LONG DIVISION OR REMAINDERS & THERE IS ONE WEEK OF SCHOOL LEFT & THIS IS WHAT THE TEACHER HANDS OUT.....86 DIVIDED BY 9, 17 DIVIDED BY 3, 73 DIVIDED BY 8 ! HOW MANY FLUID OUNCES IN A 1/4 QUART? THIS IS CRAZY

  • 3rd grade math -

    Calm down, it's not that difficult. Your child is making valuable use of his last week in school.

    Think back to your mathematics background - I'm sure you understand this sufficiently to explain it.


    86/9 -- 9*9 = 81, so 86/9 = 9 remainder 5. Find the largest multiple of 9 that is less than 86

    17/3 -- 3*5 = 15, so 17/3 = 5 remainder 3

    73/8 -- 8*9 = 72, so 73/8 = 9 remainder 1

    1 quart = 32 fluid ounces, so 1/4 quart = 32/4 = 8 fluid ounces.

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    duh

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