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Example 2

Lesson 2. Unit 2. Grade 6 EngageNY

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This Instructional Activity is a part of the Lesson 2, Unit 2, Grade 6. All of the problems in the first example show what is called measurement division. In measurement division, the divisor names the size (or measure) of the group (or unit), and the quotient represents the number of groups (or units.) A measurement division problem can often be solved by thinking, "How many are in ?" Let's take a look at a different example. Molly has cups of flour. If this is of the amount she needs to make bread, how many cups does she need?

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