Partitive (Partition) Division

My Definition

Key Characteristics

The following are true of partitive (partition) division:

- It involves determining
*how many are in each group*using division when the entire amount and the number of groups within that amount are known. - It is division by sharing equally among groups.
- It may also be called "sharing" or "fair-share" division.

Example

Non-example

Quotative Division

Nina has 10 cookies. She eats two cookies every day. How many days will it take Nina to eat all 10 cookies?

Known: Number of cookies per day (number of objects in each group)

Unknown: Number of days (number of groups)

TEKS: This term is not explicitly stated in the TEKS.