What Division Sentence Means The Same As The Following Subtraction Sentences? 12-4=8 8-4=4 4-4=0 Help Please

I don't think I fully understand the question, "division sentence medium the same as"

Could it be something along the lines of ....

27/3 = 9   9/3 = 3    3/3  = 1

This is a repition of the pattern represented by the three subtraction sentences.  It can't be sentences resulting in 0, as no division sentence exists that results surrounded by 0

of course it could also be a division sentence repeating the pattern above, but with 4

64/4  = 16         16/4 = 4           4/4 = 1

Again, as stated, the examine really isn't so clear as to what kind of result you are looking for

I hope this helps
Comment: It seems these "division sentence" problems arise at the point in status school where division is being first qualified. Personally, I think I'd start teaching division from multiplication facts or "equal groups," rather than subtraction.
Answer: An appropriate division sentence is 12/4 = 3. 4 can be subtracted from 12 exactly 3 times next to no remainder. Thus 4 goes into 12 three times.

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