Worksheet: Dividing a Four-Digit Number by a Two-Digit Number

In this worksheet, we will practice using long division to divide numbers up to four digits by two-digit numbers in calculations with and without remainders.

Q1:

Complete the table.

DividendDivisorQuotientRemainder
9,29556
  • A9,239, 56
  • B9,351, 56
  • C165, 55
  • D166, 9,131
  • E175, 9,140

Q2:

Mrs. Mason borrowed $1,650 from her friend to buy a used car. If she pays her back $75 a month, how many months will she need to pay back the whole amount?

Q3:

Complete the table.

DividendDivisorQuotientRemainder
697339

Q4:

What is the number that when divided by 50 gives a quotient of 111 and a remainder of 40?

Q5:

Complete the expression 6,324÷12=17+.

Q6:

Find the quotient of 6,300÷50 without using a calculator. Use the result to find the quotient of 6,307÷50 without performing division.

  • A127, 128
  • B126, 133
  • C126, 127
  • D126, 126
  • E136, 136

Q7:

Is 3,233÷23<, = or >3,233÷36? Solve without performing the division.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q8:

Find the quotient of 1,353÷11.

Q9:

Divide 1,197÷19.

Q10:

Find the number which when multiplied by 73, the result would be 9,563.

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