Worksheet: Dividing Decimals: Decimal Quotients

In this worksheet, we will practice explaining the result of multiplying by 10 when dividing with decimals and using it to calculate quotients using long division.

Q1:

Calculate 7.367÷73.6, rounding your answer to the nearest hundredth.

Q2:

Given that 6,141÷69=89, find the value of 6.141÷0.089.

Q3:

James uses the number fact 63÷7=9 to evaluate 0.63÷0.07. What result does he find?

Q4:

A group of cats weigh 45.5 kilograms. Assuming that each cat weighs 4.55 kilograms on average, determine the number of cats in the group.

Q5:

Liam buys 6.75 kilograms of apples. He is going to make bags of apples weighing 0.75 kilograms each. How many bags does he need?

Q6:

Mason plays guitar 1.2 hours a day. If he played for a total of 10.8 hours, how many days did he play for?

Q7:

A teacher asks Emma and Hannah to calculate 0.6÷0.01.

Which one of them is correct?

  • AHannah
  • BEmma

Q8:

Ethan saves $3.30 a week. He wants to buy a toy that costs $9.90. How many weeks does he need to save until he can buy the toy?

Q9:

Calculate the following:

Q10:

Calculate the following:

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