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## Texas Go Math Grade 5 Lesson 4.2 Answer Key Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers

**Investigate**

Materials; decimal models; color pencils

Angela has enough wood to make a picture frame with a perimeter of 2.4 meters. She wants the frame to be a square. What will be the length of each side of the frame?

A. Shade decimal models to show 2.4.

B. You need to share your model among __________ equal groups.

C. Since 2 wholes cannot be shared among 4 groups without regrouping, cut your model apart to show the tenths.

There are ______ tenths in 2.4.

Share the tenths equally among the 4 groups.

There are ______ ones and ______ tenths in each group.

Write a decimal for the amount in each group.

D. Use your model to complete the number sentence.

2.4 Ã· 4 = ___________

So, the length of each side of the frame will be ___________ meter.

Answer:

A. Shade decimal models to show 2.4.

B. You need to share your model amongÂ 4 equal groups.

C. Since 2 wholes cannot be shared among 4 groups without regrouping, cut your model apart to show the tenths.

There are 24Â tenths in 2.4.

Share the tenths equally among the 4 groups.

There are 0 ones and 6 tenths in each group.

Write a decimal for the amount in each group.

D. Use your model to complete the number sentence.

2.4 Ã· 4 =0.6

So, the length of each side of the frame will be 0.6 meter.

Explanation:

This is done by base 10 blocks model

Replace the ones blocks with tenths blocks. You have a total of 24-tenths blocks

Group the blocks into groups of 0.6 each.

There are four groups of 0.6. So, 2.4 Ã· 4 = 0.6

**Draw Conclusions**

**Multiply Decimals and Whole Numbers Lesson 4.2 Question 1.**

You can also use area models to represent division. Shade the area model below and circle groups to show 2.4 Ã· 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

Shaded the area model below and circle groups to show 2.4 Ã· 4.

**Math Talk**

**Mathematical Processes**

What other manipulatives or models could you use to solve this problem?

Answer: Base 10 model

Explanation:

You can also use base 10 blocks method to model the division of a decimal by the whole number

**Make Connections**

You can also use base-ten blocks to model the division of a decimal by a whole number.

Materials; base-ten blocks

Kyle has a roll of ribbon 3.21 yards long. He cuts the ribbon into 3 equal lengths. How long is each piece of ribbon?

Divide. 3.21 Ã· 3

STEP 1:

Use base-ten blocks to show 3.21.

Remember that a flat represents one, a long represents one-tenth, and a small cube represents one hundredth.

There are __________ one(s), ________ tenth(s), and _________ hundredth(s).

STEP 2:

Share the ones.

Share an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is __________ one(s) shared in each group and _________ one(s) left over.

STEP 3:

Share the tenths.

Two tenths cannot be shared among 3 groups without regrouping. Regroup the tenths by replacing them with hundredths.

There are __________ tenth(s) shared in each group and __________ tenth(s) left over.

There are now __________ hundredth(s).

STEP 4:

Share the hundredths.

Share the 21 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are _________ hundredth(s) shared in each group and _________ hundredth(s) left over.

So, each piece of ribbon is __________ yards long.

Answer:

STEP 1:

Remember that a flat represents one, a long represents one-tenth, and a small cube represents one hundredth.

There are 3Â one(s), 2Â tenth(s), and 1 hundredth(s).

STEP 2:

Share the ones.

Share an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is 3 one(s) shared in each group and 0 one(s) left over.

STEP 3:

Share the tenths.

Two tenths cannot be shared among 3 groups without regrouping. Regroup the tenths by replacing them with hundredths.

There are 0Â tenth(s) shared in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over.

There are now 21 hundredth(s).

STEP 4:

Share the hundredths.

Share the 21 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are 21 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

So, each piece of ribbon is 1.07 yards long.

**Math Talk**

**Mathematical Processes**

Explain why your answer makes sense.

Answer: When 3,21 is divided 3 the answer is 1.07

Explanation:

The sharing is to be done by division.

**Share and Show**

**Use the model to complete the number sentence.**

Question 1.

1.6 Ã· 4 = ______________

Answer: 0.4

Explanation:

1.6 is divided into 4 groups equally

There is 1 one(s) cannot be shared in each group and 1 one(s) left over.

so, 16 tenths are divided in to 4 groups.

each group has 0.4

Question 2.

3.42 Ã· 3 = ____________

Answer:Â 1.14

Explanation:

This is done by base 10 blocks method

There are 3Â one(s), 4Â tenth(s), and 2 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is 3 one(s) shared in each group and 0 one(s) left over.

There are 4Â tenth(s) shared in each group and 1 tenth(s) left over.

1 tenths cannot be regrouped so, done to hundredths

Share the 12 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are 12 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

**Problem-Solving**

**Go Math Grade 5 Chapter 4 Lesson 4.2 Answer Key Question 3.**

**H.O.T. What’s the Error?** Aida is making banners from a roll of paper that is 4.05 meters long. She will cut the paper into 3 equal lengths. She uses base-ten blocks to model how long each piece will be. Describe Aida’s error.

Answer: Tenths are missing

Explanation:

She did not done tenths

There are 4Â one(s), 0Â tenth(s), and 5 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is 3 one(s) shared in each group and 1 one(s) left over.

There are 10Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 1 tenth(s) left over.

1 tenths cannot be regrouped so, done to hundredths

Share the 15 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are 15 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over. 3 tenths is missing

Question 4.

**Multi-Step** Sam can ride his bike 4.5 kilometers in 9 minutes, and Amanda can ride her bike 3.6 kilometers in 6 minutes. Which rider might go farther in 1 minute?

Answer: 0.5 > 0.6

Explanation:

Sam can ride his bike 4.5 kilometers in 9 minutes is 0.5

Amanda can ride her bike 3.6 kilometers in 6 minutes. is 0.6

so, 0.5 is greater than 0.6

Sam can ride faster in one minute

Question 5.

**H.O.T.** Explain how you can use inverse operations to find 1.8 Ã· 3.

Answer: 1.8 Ã· 3 =0.6

Explanation:

To find the inverse operation we have to find the multiplication

So, inverse operation for the equation is ____Ã· 3 = 0.6

**Daily Assessment Task**

**Fill in the bubble completely to show your answer.**

Question 6.

**Multi-Step** Yesterday, a bamboo plant was 12.62 yards tall. Today, the bamboo had grown by 0.34 yard. Bryson chopped the bamboo into 6 equal pieces. How long was each piece?

(A) 21.6 yd

(B) 0.216 yd

(C) 2.16 yd

(D) 216 yd

Answer: C

Explanation:

The total length of the bamboo tree is 12.63+0.34=12.94,

Bryson chopped the bamboo tree into 6 equal parts

12.94Ã·6= 2.16 each piece was 2.16 long

**Go Math Grade 5 Lesson 4.2 Answer Key Question 7.**

Representations Terrance used base-ten blocks to help him divide a decimal by 4. His model is shown. What division problem did he model?

(A) 1.26 Ã· 4

(B) 1.62 Ã· 4

(C) 6.48 Ã· 4

(D) 6.84 Ã· 4

Answer: C

Explanation:

There are 6 one(s), 4 tenth(s), and 8 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 4 groups.

There is 4 one(s) shared in each group and 2 one(s) left over.

There areÂ 24 tenth(s) share in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over

There are 8 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

Question 8.

**Multi-Step** Marvyn worked for 3 days. He earned $87.20 each day. He uses his earnings to buy four chairs. If he has no money left over, what is the cost of each chair?

(A) $65.40

(B $261.60

(C) $116.27

(D) $21.80

Answer: D

Explanation: Marvyn worked for 3 days. He earned $87.20 each day.

He uses his earnings to buy four chairs. If he has no money left over,

The cost of each chair is $21.80

$87.30Ã·4=$21.80

**Texas Test Prep**

**Go Math Lesson 4.2 5th Grade Answer Key Question 9.**

A bag of oranges costs $7.65. Five friends want to share the bag. How much will each friend pay?

(A) $38.25

(B) $1.53

(C) $2.00

(D) $1.13

Answer: B

Explanation:

A bag of oranges costs $7.65.

Five friends want to share the bag.

$1.53 should each friend pay

$7.65 Ã· 5 = $1.53

### Texas Go Math Grade 5 Lesson 4.2 Homework and Practice Answer Key

**Use the model to complete the number sentence.**

Question 1.

1.5 Ã· 3 = _________

Answer: 0.5

Explanation:

There are 1 one(s), 5 tenth(s), and 0 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is 1 one(s) cannot be shared in each group and 1 one(s) left over.

There are 10Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 1 tenth(s) left over.

1 tenths cannot be regrouped so, done to hundredths

Share the 15 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are 15 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

Question 2.

2.48 Ã· 4 = __________

Answer: 0.62

Explanation: There are 2 one(s), 4Â tenth(s), and 8 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 4 groups.

There is 2 one(s) cannot be shared in each group and 2 one(s) left over.

There are 24Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over.

Share the 8 hundredths equally among the 4 groups.

There are 8 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

Question 3.

2.8 Ã· 4 = ____________

Answer: 0.7

Explanation: There are 2 one(s), 8 tenth(s), and 0 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 4 groups.

There are 2 one(s) that cannot be shared in each group and 2 one(s) left over.

There are 28Â tenth(s) that can be shared in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over.

Each group get 7 tenth parts equally

**Go Math Grade 5 Answer Key Practice and Homework Lesson 4.2 Question 4.**

3.54 Ã· 3 = ____________

Answer: 1.18

Explanation:

Question 5.There are 3Â one(s), 5Â tenth(s), and 4 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 3 groups.

There is 3 one(s) shared in each group and 0 one(s) left over.

There are 5Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 2 tenth(s) left over.

2 tenths cannot be regrouped so, done to hundredths

Share the 24 hundredths equally among the 3 groups.

There are 24 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

Explain how you can use the whole number expression 248 Ã· 4 to check that your answer to Exercise 2 is reasonable.

Answer: Yes

Explanation: There are 2 one(s), 4Â tenth(s), and 8 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 4 groups.

There is 2 one(s) cannot be shared in each group and 2 one(s) left over.

There are 24Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over.

Share the 8 hundredths equally among the 4 groups.

There are 8 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over.

Used a whole number expression 248 Ã· 4= 62

This is reasonable

**Problem Solving**

Question 6.

Mrs. Tillman builds furniture. She saws a maple board that is 4.56 meters long into 4 equal lengths. She saws an oak board that is 3.69 meters long into 3 equal lengths. Which is longer, a piece of oak or a piece of maple? Explain.

Answer: 1.14 and 1.23

Explanation:

Mrs. Tillman builds furniture. She saws a maple board that is 4.56 meters long into 4 equal lengths. That is 1.14

She saws an oak board that is 3.69 meters long into 3 equal lengths. That is 1.23

A piece of oak is longer

Question 7.

Drew has a video game with five different challenges. He sets the timer to play his game for 10.75 minutes. He spends the same amount of time playing each challenge. How long does Drew play the fifth challenge?

Answer: 2.15 minutes

Explanation: Drew has a video game with five different challenges.

He sets the timer to play his game for 10.75 minutes.

He spends the same amount of time playing each challenge.

So, 10.75 Ã· 5= 2.15 he plays the fifth challenge for 2.15 minutes

**Lesson Check**

**Fill in the bubble completely to show your answer.**

Question 8.

Karina places concrete blocks along one side of her garden. The length of the border is 3.6 meters. If she uses 9 concrete blocks, what is the length of 1 block?

(A) 0.3 meter

(B) 0.9 meter

(C) 0.04 meter

(D) 0.4 meter

Answer: D

Explanation:

Karina places concrete blocks along one side of her garden.

The length of the border is 3.6 meters. If she uses 9 concrete blocks,

The length of 1 block is 0.4 meters

**Go Math Grade 5 Lesson 4.2 Homework Answer Key Question 9.**

Max used base-ten blocks to solve the division problem 12.15 Ã· 3. Which set of blocks shows the quotient for 12.15 Ã· 3?

(A) 4 ones, 5 tenths, 0 hundredths

(B) 4 ones, 0 tenths, 5 hundredths

(C) 0 ones, 4 tenths, 5 hundredths

(D) 5 ones, 0 tenths, 4 hundredths

Answer: B

Explanation:

4 ones, 0 tenths and 5 hundredths show the quotient for 12.53 which is divided by 3

Question 10.

The base-ten blocks pictured below show Carter’s solution to a division expression.

Which expression did Carter solve?

(A) 2.84 Ã· 4

(B) 0.71 Ã· 4

(C) 2.48 Ã· 4

(D) 7.1 Ã· 4

Answer: A

Explanation:

There are 2 one(s), 8 tenth(s), and 4 hundredth(s).

Shared an equal number of ones among 4 groups.

There is 2 one(s) cannot be shared in each group and 2 one(s) left over.

There are 28Â tenth(s) can be shared in each group and 0 tenth(s) left over. 4Ã—7=28

Share the 4 hundredths equally among the 4 groups. 4Ã—1=4

There are 4 hundredth(s) shared in each group and 0 hundredth(s) left over

Question 11.

Mr. Jefferson gives his two children $5.46 to spend at the garage sale. If they split the money evenly, how much will each child have to spend?

(A) $1.82

(B) $1.23

(C) $2.23

(D) $2.73

Answer: D

Explanation:

Mr. Jefferson gives his two children $5.46 to spend at the garage sale.

If they split the money evenly,Â Each child has to spend $2.73

Question 12.

**Multi-Step** Mrs. Gonzales decorates the perimeter of her rectangular bulletin board with ribbon. She cuts a ribbon 3.72 yards long in half to decorate the top and the bottom. She cuts a ribbon 2.6 yards long in half to decorate the two sides. How much shorter is one side ribbon than the top ribbon?

(A) 0.56 yard

(B) 0.5 yard

(C) 0.66 yard

(D) 0.6 yard

Answer: 1.86 andÂ 1.3 = 0.56 (A)

Explanation:

Mrs. Gonzales decorates the perimeter of her rectangular bulletin board with ribbon.

She cuts a ribbon 3.72 yards long in half to decorate the top and the bottom.

That is 1.86

She cuts a ribbon 2.6 yards long in half to decorate the two sides. That is 1.3

1.86 – 1.3 = 0.56 yard shorter is one side ribbon than the top ribbon

Question 13.

**Multi-Step **Tamilca bought 6 fish at the pet store for a total of $7.26. If two of the fish together cost $4.10, and each of the other four fish had the same cost, how much was each remaining fish?

(A) $1.21

(B) $2.05

(C) $0.79

(D) $3.16

Answer: C

Explanation:

Tamilca bought 6 fish at the pet store for a total of $7.26.

If two of the fish together cost $4.10, 7.26 – 4.10 = 3.16

and each of the other four fish had the same cost,

3.16Ã· 4 = $0.79

The remaining fish cost each is $0.79