# Lesson 13 Situations Involving Equal-size Groups

• Let’s interpret and solve division problems.

## Warm-up Estimation Exploration: Lots of Paletas

How many paletas are in the case?

Record an estimate that is:

too low

too high

## Activity 1 Paletas for a Class Party

Diego’s aunt is buying paletas, which are ice pops, for a class party. At the local market, paletas come in different flavors. She buys the same number of paletas of each flavor.

2. Here is an equation:

In the situation about the class party, what questions could the equation represent?

3. Find the answer to one of the questions you wrote. Show your reasoning.

## Activity 2 More Snacks for a Class Party

1. Priya’s mom made 85 gulab jamuns for the class to share. Priya gave 5 to each student in the class.

How many students are in Priya’s class? Explain or show your reasoning.

2. Han’s uncle sent in 110 chocolate-covered breadsticks for a snack. The students in Han’s class are seated at 6 tables. Han plans to give the same number of breadsticks to each table.

How many breadsticks does each table get? Explain or show your reasoning.

## Problem 1

1. If 5 pencils cost 95 cents, how much does each pencil cost? Explain or show your reasoning.

2. If 68 colored pencils are split evenly between 4 students, how many pencils does each student get? Explain or show your reasoning.