Name:    Lesson 9: Interpreting Remainders

1.

Northern Elementary School is planning their year end BBQ. They expect 635 people to attend. They plan to serve hamburgers, hot dogs, and soft drinks. They need to determine how many packages of hamburgers, hot dogs, buns, and soft drinks they will need to buy. Use this information to answer the following questions.

If hamburgers come in packages of 4, how many packages will they need to buy?
 a. 157 b. 159 c. 160 d. 158

2.

If hamburger buns come in packages of 12, how many packages will they need to buy?
 a. 52 b. 55 c. 54 d. 53

3.

If hot dogs come in packages of 6, how many packages will they need to buy?
 a. 106 b. 107 c. 105 d. 108

4.

If hot dog buns come in packages of 8, how many packages will they need to buy?
 a. 81 b. 79 c. 80 d. 78

5.

If soft drinks come in packages of 10, how many packages will they need to buy?
 a. 62 b. 63 c. 65 d. 64

6.

Jamie has 132 mini chocolate bars to share with 7 friends. How many mini chocolate bars does each friend get?
 a. 17 b. 18 c. 19 d. 20

7.

Dierdre has to divide 94 peaches into 8 baskets. How many peaches will each basket hold?
 a. 10 b. 13 c. 11 d. 12

8.

Karl is dividing 283 brownies into 5 boxes. How many brownies will he place in each box?
 a. 56 b. 57 c. 55 d. 54

9.

A store sells cartons of eggs that hold 8 eggs. Ming uses 100 for breakfast at Camp Lots ‘O’ Fun. How many cartons of eggs did Ming use?
 a. 13 cartons c. 12 cartons b. 13 and cartons d. 12 and cartons

10.

Golf balls are sold in packages of 4. Shioban used 58 golf balls for a tournament. How many packages did she use?
 a. 14 and packages c. 14 and packages b. 14 and packages d. 15 packages