Multiplication and Division with Unknowns Part II Read the problem situations. Write a multiplication and division equation to represent each problem using unknowns. Use arrays, skip-counting, or known facts to solve the problems. Kim has 32 stickers. She wants to make cards with 8 stickers on each card. How many cards can she make? Multiplication Equation ______________________________ Division Equation ______________________________ There are 24 balloons in 8 bags. Each bag contains the same number of balloons. How many balloons are in each bag? Multiplication Equation ______________________________ Division Equation ______________________________ Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland Grade 3 Integrated Curriculum 2012 Multiplication and Division with Unknowns Part II Our teacher wants to buy some treats. There are 6 groups in our class. She wants to give 9 treats to each group. How many treats does our teacher need to buy? Multiplication Equation ______________________________ Division Equation ______________________________ Ava found 72 shells on the beach. She wants to share them equally between herself and 8 of her friends. How many shells does each person get? Multiplication Equation ______________________________ Division Equation ______________________________ Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland Grade 3 Integrated Curriculum 2012