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Name
3-12
Date
Solve.
1 =
1. 5 ⋅ __
3
1 ÷ =
3. __
2
8
1 =
5. 5 ÷ ____
100
3 ___
7. __
⋅ 10 =
5
27
1 ÷
9. __
10 =
5
1
11. __
⋅ 14 =
8
5
__
3
1 =
2. 5 ÷ __
3
1
___
16
4. 27 ÷ 10 =
500
1 =
6. 12 ⋅ __
2
__
9
1
___
50
3
1__
4
15
7
2___
10
1
1__
9
3
1 =
8. 16 ÷ __
64
1 =
10. 10 ÷ __
50
4
5
12. 18 ÷ 20 =
Tell whether you need to multiply or divide. Then solve.
Equations will vary. Possible equations are given.
9
___
10
Show your work.
1
ounce. Jody has 1 pound
13. A dime weighs about ___
12
(16 ounces) of dimes. About many dimes does she have?
Divide; 192 dimes
1
14. Maddie has 180 coins. Of these coins, ___
are dimes.
12
About how many dimes does she have?
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Multiply; 15 dimes
1
15. A rectangle has length 3 feet and width __
foot. What is the
4
area of the rectangle?
3
square foot
Multiply; __
4
1
16. A rectangle has area 3 square feet and width __
foot.
2
What is the length of the rectangle?
Divide; 6 feet
17. Nisha wants to study 5 hours for the spelling bee. If she
1
hour per night, how many nights will she
studies __
3
have to study?
Divide; 15 nights
UNIT 3 LESSON 12
Distinguishing Multiplication from Division
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