- Let us play a game!

Play with a friend. You will each need a dice and sixteen markers. Make two boards of stiff cardboard that look like this:

- Each player now writes the following numbers on his board. You may write them where you want to.

20 ; 24 ; 32 ; 39 ; 40 ; 41 ; 48 ; 57 ; 59 ; 61 ; 66 ; 68 ; 69 ; 79 ; 86 ; 90

- When you are ready, number 1 throws the dice.
- The number that shows on the dice, is the
**REMAINDER that you will get when you divide a number on the board by 7**. Close that number with one of your markers. Take turns to play. The player whose board is full of markers first, is the winner.

**Learning Outcome 1:** The learner will be able to recognise, describe and represent numbers and their relationships, and to count, estimate, calculate and check with competence and confidence in solving problems.

**Assessment Standard 1.9:** We know this when the learner performs mental calculations involving:

**1.9.3: **division with small numbers.

**1. **
**Fill in the missing words:**

1.1 Any number divided by 1 is____________________________________

1.2 When we divide a number by 2, we say we ________________________

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**2. **
**Complete the following flow diagrams:**

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**3. **
**Estimate the quotient by first rounding off the divisor to the nearest 10 and the dividend to the nearest 100:**

3.1 2 468 ÷ 47 = __________________________________________

= _______________________________________(2)

3.2 3 639 ÷ 33 = __________________________________________

= _______________________________________(2)

**4. **
**Valerie had to calculate the following: 32 876 ÷ 26. She started, but could not complete the calculation. Complete the sum for her.**

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2 | 6 | 3 | 2 | 8 | 7 | 6 | |

- | 2 | 6 |

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**5. **
**Calculate the following without a calculator:**

5.1 A fruit vendor buys 8 498 apples and packs them in boxes containing 35 apples each. How many boxes does he need?

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5.2 How many rolls of chicken netting is needed to fence a camp of 1 598 m if each roll contains 45 m?

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