Worksheet: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Subtracting Partial Quotients

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers using partial quotients.

Q1:

Calculate 630÷6 using the partial quotient method.

Q2:

Sophia is calculating 393÷3 and she found the partial quotients 100, 30, and 1.

Without dividing, write down the answer to 393÷3.

Q3:

A farmer sold 966 pumpkins during a three-day Halloween sale. He sold the same number of pumpkins each day. How many did he sell in a day?

Q4:

735 people have been invited to a banquet. The caterer is arranging tables. Each table can seat 7 people. How many tables are needed?

Q5:

Using the partial quotient method of division, find the quotient of 936÷3.

Q6:

Evaluate 216÷8.

Hint: Use partial quotients to help you.

Q7:

Using the partial quotient method to find the quotient.

Q8:

Liam is calculating 450÷5 using the partial quotient method. Help him to find the quotient from his calculation.

Q9:

Evaluate 484÷4 using the partial quotient method.

Q10:

Use the partial quotient method to evaluate 430÷2.

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