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Olivia picked 482 apples from the orchard’s largest apple tree. She divided the apples evenly into 4 bushel baskets. How many apples are in each
bushel? How many are left over?

asked by Anonymous kid (no name pl
  1. Another one:
    2.Olivia picked 256 strawberries from the orchard’s fields. She divided the strawberries evenly into 6 baskets. How many strawberries are in each
    basket? How many are left over?

    posted by Anonymous kid (no name pl
  2. A third one:
    3. Olivia picked 1,006 blueberries from the orchard’s bushes. She divided them evenly into 8 baskets. How many are in each basket? How many are left
    over?

    posted by Anonymous kid (no name pl
  3. http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/index.html >>> http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/division-remainder.html

    For the first one, divide 482 by 4.
    You should end up with an answer and a remainder.

    How will you then answer the questions?

    posted by Writeacher

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