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In this lesson, we will learn how to find the quotient of a division operation with an up to 6-digit dividend by 1-digit divisors and use that in solving word problems.

Q1:

A race walker covers 58 914 meters in 9 hours. How much does she cover in one hour?

Q2:

How many threes are there in 6 690?

Q3:

How many nines are there in 45 036?

Q4:

How many twos are there in 14 014?

Q5:

How many eights are there in 48 024?

Q6:

How many sevens are there in 14 056?

Q7:

A man bought a car which cost 69 380 LE. He paid 65 940 LE in cash and the rest of the amount will be paid in 2 equal instalments. How much is each instalment?

Q8:

Find the even number that, when multiplied by 5, gives 4 000.

Q9:

Is the calculation 5 3 5 5 ÷ 7 = 7 6 4 correct?

Q10:

How many sixes are there in 3 006?

Q11:

Given that 3 1 0 4 4 0 ÷ 3 9 8 = 7 8 0 , find the value of ( 3 1 0 4 4 0 − 3 9 8 ) ÷ 3 9 8 .

Q12:

A parent divided 8 800 pounds equally between their two children. How much did each child receive?

Q13:

If 5 418 children were equally distributed among 6 schools, how many children were sent to each school?

Q14:

A car is bought for 80 829 LE with payments in 9 equal instalments. How much is each instalment?

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