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Jay has 6,200 beads. He is making bracelets with 9 beads each. How many bracelets can he make? How many beads will be left.

I know the answer to the first question, but i don't know the second.

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  1. If you did this problem by hand using long division, your remainder is the number of beads left over.

  2. Estimation 6,200รท9

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  3. there are 5,624 feet in a mile. There are 3 feet in a yard. How many yards are there in a mile?

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  4. 6,200 divided by 9.

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  5. 688 bracelets and 8 beads left over. Hope this helped

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