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## 4th grade

### Unit 5: Lesson 1

Remainders# Understanding remainders

CCSS.Math:

Use arrays and practice problems to understand remainders.

## Some division problems work out nicely.

## Other division problems don't work out nicely.

Oh no! We can't split start color #01a995, 25, end color #01a995 circles into perfect groups of start color #aa87ff, 7, end color #aa87ff. We have some circles left over.

## Key idea: We can use a *remainder* to describe what *remains* after dividing.

## Practice problems

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- When you have a remanier it can't be bigger than the other numbers right?(117 votes)
- if it greater than the divisor its wrong(16 votes)

- I got all right just from being with my amazing math teacher(40 votes)
- Bruh remainders are awful. I wish we could keep doing decimals..(30 votes)
- at8:08how long can a division equation be(23 votes)
- as long as infinity(1 vote)

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- remainders are so easy i love them(8 votes)
- When you have a remanier it can't be bigger than the other numbers right?(6 votes)