Author LoriannDejesus917 in Mathematics, 08.22.2019

There are 638 pupils at a museum. Each of the students will tour the museum in groups of up to 6 pupils. What is the smallest number of tour groups which can be used?

Answered by summerbeachdog

First, divide 638 but 6 the best you can having remaining numbers      106                                               1.) divide 6 | 638   - 636                                              2.) subtract          2There are 2 remaining students ( and yes every student must have a group)So you have to create a another group for these 2 students making there be107 tour groupsI did this to my best ability so i am so sorry if it is wrong but i hope this helps

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