MEP Book 3a
Page 20 Review Questions
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 1
Practise division. What is the remainder?
 (a) (i) Question: remainder Check: (ii) Question: remainder Check: (iii) Question: remainder Check:
 (b) (i) Question: remainder Check: (ii) Question: remainder Check: (iii) Question: remainder Check:
 (c) (i) Question: remainder Check: (ii) Question: remainder Check: (iii) Question: remainder Check:
 2
Which number does each letter represent? Fill in the missing numbers.

(a)(i)
 × a = a =
(ii)
 × b = b =
(iii)
 c × = c =
(iv)
 d × = d =

(b)(i)
 ÷ e = e =
(ii)
 f ÷ = f =
(iii)
 g ÷ = g =
(iv)
 ÷ h = h =
(c)(i)
 ÷ i = , remainder i =
(ii)
 ÷ j = , remainder j =
(iii)
 k ÷ = , remainder k =
(iv)
 l ÷ = , remainder l =
 3
List the positive whole numbers which make these inequalities true.
The numbers do not have to be listed in order.
Separate multiple numbers with commas, like this:
 (a) : (b) : (c) : (d) :
 4
I thought of a number.
I divided it by and the result was , remainder .
What was the number I was thinking of?

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