6 groups of students sell 162 balloons at the school carnival. there are 3 students in each group. if each student sells the same number of balloons how many balloons does each didn’t sell?

They have enough balloons because I used **division** as my operation. 3 can go into 16 five times. I got 1 after subtracting and bring down 2. 3 can go into 12 evenly 4 times. 12 minus 12 equals 0 with no **remainder**. So, they get 54 balloons for each group. But I want to know how many EACH student gets enough balloons. 54 divided by 6 groups equals 9 balloons for each student. **GLOSSARY: **Division - Set of operation that breaks down numbers into equal parts | Remainder - left over ||

I used a remainder of 3 so

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