Grouping-categories of situations requiring division , Mathematics

Grouping - situations in which we need to find the number of portions of a given size which can be obtained from a given quantity. (e.g., if there are 50 children in a class and they are to be broken up into groups of 5, how many groups would there be?)

 

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