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Natalie used a calculator to divide a decimal number of the 2 form `\square`

. `\square \square`

by 6. The answer was about 1.5. What decimal number might she have divided?

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Q1

Choose numbers to place in `\square`

. `\square \square \div \square`

so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.1.

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Q2b

Choose numbers to place in `\square`

. `\square \square \div \square`

so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.1.

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Q2b

Choose numbers to place in `\square`

. `\square \square \div \square`

so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.5.

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Q2c

`\square`

. `\square \square \div \square`

so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 4.5.

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Q2d

Four students share $10 equally. Each student spent half of the money he or she had. Determine how much money each student had left. Use your calculator.

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Q3

The distances between the windows are equal.

a) Estimate the distance between each pair of windows.

b) Calculate the distance. Show that your estimate is reasonable.

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Q4

Aaron divides each of four different numbers by 10 000. Each time the digit representing the decimal one thousandths is 5. What might the numbers be?

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Q5

Vanessa chose a number. She subtracted a number from her chosen number. She divided the difference by another number. She ended up with 6.5. What numbers might she have used? Show your steps.

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Q6

`\square`

. `\square \square \div \square`

so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is a decimal just less than 1.

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