Lesson 17 Base-ten Diagrams to Represent Division
Let’s divide using base-ten blocks or diagrams.
Warm-up Which One Doesn’t Belong: Base-ten Diagrams
Which one doesn’t belong?
Activity 1 Divide with Diagrams or Blocks
Priya draws a base-ten diagram to find the value of
. A rectangle represents 10. A small square represents 1.
Use the diagram (or actual blocks) to help Priya complete the division. Explain or show your reasoning.
Use this base-ten diagram (or actual blocks) to find the value of
Activity 2 Help Noah Get Unstuck
This diagram represents 235.
, Noah draws the following diagram but then gets stuck.
He says, “There are not enough of the hundreds or the tens pieces to put into 5 groups.”
Explain or show how Noah could find
with his diagram.
Find the value of
. Show your reasoning. Use base-ten diagrams or blocks if you find them helpful.
Here is 378 represented with base-ten blocks.
Use words, diagrams, or equations to show how to use the base-ten blocks to find the value of