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Lesson 9.1: Sharing Equally



 1. 

Which diagram shows how 15 cupcakes can be shared equally among 5 friends?
a.

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b.

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c.

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 2. 

Serge’s grandfather baked 24 cookies. He wants to share them equally between Serge and 3 of his friends.
                 
Which diagram shows how the cookies can be shared equally among the 4 friends?
a.

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b.

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c.

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Match each diagram with its description.
a.

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b.

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c.

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d.

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e.

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 3. 

12 loonies shared equally among 4 people
 

 4. 

32 loonies shared equally among 8 people
 

 5. 

18 loonies shared equally among 9 people
 

 6. 

28 loonies shared equally among 4 people
 

 7. 

25 loonies shared equally among 5 people
 

 8. 

16 stickers are shared equally among 4 students. How many stickers does each student get?
a.
5
b.
2
c.
4
d.
3
 

 9. 

16 caramel apples are shared equally among 8 friends. How many apples does each friend get?
a.
4
b.
2
c.
3
d.
6
 

 10. 

Can 12 muffins be shared equally among 5 friends?
 



 
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