by Reema Mithwani

For the class trip, 48 children lined up in a queue. If 8 children can sit in a mini van, how many vans are needed?


? X 8 = 48: Here, ? represents the number of vans needed.

Divide 48 by 8
48 divided by 8 is 6,
so, we need 6 vans for 48 children

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