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.
Calculate using the partial quotient method.
Sophia is calculating and she found the partial quotients 100, 30, and 1.
Without dividing, write down the answer to .
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?
735 people have been invited to a banquet. The caterer is arranging tables. Each table can seat 7 people. How many tables are needed?
Using the partial quotient method of division, find the quotient of .
Hint: Use partial quotients to help you.
Using the partial quotient method to find the quotient.
Liam is calculating using the partial quotient method. Help him to find the quotient from his calculation.
Evaluate using the partial quotient method.
Use the partial quotient method to evaluate .