# Which division problem does the number line below best illustrate? A number line going from 0 to 13. An arrow jumps from 0 to

Which division problem does the number line below best illustrate? A number line going from 0 to 13. An arrow jumps from 0 to 3, from 3 to 6, from 6 to 9, and from 9 to 12. 12 divided by 3 = 4 9 divided by 3 = 3 12 divided by 2 = 6 16 divided by 4 = 4

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1. dontworry48 says:

$2 \div \frac{1}{5} =10$

Step-by-step explanation:

The first division problem is showed by the number line.

Notice that the number line shows 2 units in total, where each unit is divided in 5 parts, that refers to the divisions 2 and 1/5. Then, the number line shows the result from that division, which are 10 total little units from 0 to 2.

Therefore, the right answer is the first choice.

2. TURBONTRO1047 says:

Without the screenshot, it's fairly difficult to know what your teacher wants exactly. I found this similar problem

which might help. It sounds like you have 4 semicircles which can be thought of as a division problem 12/3 = 4. Note how I'm dividing by 3 which is the width of each section (eg: from 6 to 9 is 9-6 = 3 units)

3. emilyyroe says:

4. hailie2002 says:

10 divided by 2=5

Step-by-step explanation:

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6. 20011854 says:

$2 \div \frac{1}{5} =10$

Step-by-step explanation:

The first division problem is showed by the number line.

Notice that the number line shows 2 units in total, where each unit is divided in 5 parts, that refers to the divisions 2 and 1/5. Then, the number line shows the result from that division, which are 10 total little units from 0 to 2.

Therefore, the right answer is the first choice.

7. MGA20078 says:

(A) 2÷1/5=10
You start off with 2
It is divided into 10 parts
they all include division
2÷_=10
2÷1/10=20
2÷1/5=10