# Zoe is helping her parents at their store, The Sock Stop. She is organizing 658 pairs of socks into display boxes. Each display box holds 4 pairs of socks. How many pairs of socks are left over?

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4 pairs are kept in 1 box.

She fills 164 boxes and 2 socks are left over.

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To find out how many pairs of socks are left over, you divide the total number of pairs of socks by the number of pairs of socks each display box can hold, which is 4. So, you divide 658 pairs of socks by 4. The quotient is 164 with a remainder of 2. Therefore, after organizing 658 pairs of socks into display boxes, Zoe would have 2 pairs of socks left over.

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