# Lesson 4Divide and ConquerSolidify Understanding

Solve for . Think about the steps needed to solve different types of equations. Identify whether you isolated the variable first or if you factored first. If you did neither, explain your method.

## Set

### 10.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

### 11.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

### 12.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

### 13.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

### 14.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

### 15.

Divide: .

#### b.

Write only one multiplication statement if the divisor is a factor. If there is a remainder, write the quotient in two ways.

Given:

Calculate .

Given:

Calculate .

Given:

Find .

## Go

### 25.

Given that , select all of the functions equivalent to .