## Introduction

In the last article, we learned that a

*remainder*is what*remains*after dividing. For example, when dividing $7\div 3$, we get $2$ with a remainder of $1$, which can be written like this:But what do remainders mean in the real world? To answer this question, let's think through some examples.

## Problem Set 1

## Problem 2: Penguins

There are $13$ penguins going on a field trip to an iceberg. The penguins get into $6$ equal-sized groups.

## Problem 3: Apple pies

James has $41$ apples to make apple pies. Each pie needs $7$ apples.

## Problem 4: Hot dogs

Sue grills $29$ hot dogs. $9$ people eat $3$ hot dogs each.