Engage NY Eureka Math 6th Grade Module 4 Lesson 14 Answer Key

Example 1.
Fill in the three remaining squares so that all the squares contain equivalent expressions.

Example 2.
Fill in a blank copy of the four boxes using the words dividend and divisor so that it is set up for any example.

Exercises

Complete the missing spaces in each rectangle set.

Set A

1. 5 ÷ p
5 divided by p, $$\frac{5}{p}$$,

2. The quotient of g and h
g ÷ h, $$\frac{g}{h}$$,

3.
23 divided by w, 23 ÷ w, $$\frac{23}{w}$$

4. $$\frac{y}{x+8}$$
y divided by the sum of x and 8, y ÷ (x + 8),

5. 7 divided by the quantity a minus 6
7 ÷ (a – 6), $$\frac{7}{a-6}$$,

6.
The sum of m and 11 dividend by 3, (m + 11) ÷ 3, $$\frac{m+11}{3}$$

7. (f + 2) ÷ g
The sum of f and 2 dividend by g, $$\frac{f+2}{g}$$,

8. $$\frac{c-9}{d+3}$$
The quotient of c minus 9 and d plus 3, (c – 9) ÷ (d + 3),

Set B

1. h ÷ 11

2. The quotient of m and n

3.
The quotient of j and 5, j ÷ 5, $$\frac{j}{5}$$

4. $$\frac{h}{m-4}$$

5. f divided by the quantity g minus 11

6.
The sum of a and 5 dividend by 18, (a + 5) ÷ 18, $$\frac{a+5}{18}$$

7. (y – 3) ÷ x

8. $$\frac{g+5}{h-11}$$
The quotient of g plus 5 divided by the quantity h minus 11,

Set C

1. 6 ÷ k

2. The quotient of j and k

3.
a dividend by 10, a ÷ 10, $$\frac{a}{10}$$

4. $$\frac{15}{f-2}$$

5. 13 divided by the sum of h and 1

6.
The sum of c plus 18 dividend by 3, (c + 18) ÷ 3, $$\frac{c+18}{3}$$

7. (h – 2) ÷ m

8. $$\frac{4-m}{n+11}$$
The quantity of 4 minus m divided by the sum of n and 11,

Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Problem Set Answer Key

Complete the missing spaces in each rectangle set.

The quotient of h and 16, , $$\frac{h}{16}$$
m divided by the quantity b minus 33, , m ÷ (b – 33)

The sum of y and 13 dividend by 2, (y + 13) ÷ 2, $$\frac{y+13}{2}$$

Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Write the division expression in words and as a fraction.
(g + 12)÷h
g+12
The sum of g and 12 divided by h, $$\frac{g+12}{13}$$

Question 2.
Write the following division expression using the division symbol and as a fraction: f divided by the quantity h minus 3.
f ÷ (h – 3) and $$\frac{f}{h-3}$$

Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 14 Long Division Algorithm Answer Key

Long Division Algorithm

Progression of Exercises

Question 1.
3,282 ÷ 6
547

Question 2.
2,712 ÷ 3
904

Question 3.
15,036 ÷ 7
2,148

Question 4.
1,788 ÷ 8
223.5

Question 5.
5,736 ÷ 12
478

Question 6.
35,472 ÷ 16
2,217

Question 7.
13,384÷28
478

Question 8.
31,317÷39