# Worksheet: Estimating Quotients: Two-Digit Divisors

In this worksheet, we will practice replacing factors with compatible numbers to estimate the quotient when the divisor is a two-digit number.

Q1:

We can use multiples of 5 to estimate the answer to .

 Number 13 14 15 16 17 Number ×5 65 70

Think about the missing numbers in the table to answer the questions.

82 is closest to .

Q2:

Liam is using facts he knows to estimate . What is ?

Pick the number which is closest to .

• A45
• B72
• C6
• D50
• E60

Q3:

We can use facts we know to estimate quotients.

Pick the division fact that would give you the best estimate of .

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Solve the division from the first part to finish the sentence: is about .

Q4:

Mason has made a table of multiples of 6. Help him use the table to estimate .

 Number Multiple of 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84

Find the missing multiples of 6 to finish the sentence:

70 is between and .

• A72, 78
• B60, 66
• C66, 72
• D54, 60
• E78, 84

Hint: Which multiple of 6 is it closest to?

Q5:

Scarlett has made a table of multiples of 8. Use the table to help her estimate .

 Number Number × 8 45 46 47 48 49 360 368 376 384 392

Use numbers from the table to finish each of these sentences.

371 is between the following two consecutive multiples of 8: and .

• A376, 384
• B360, 368
• C384, 392
• D368, 376

is between the following two consecutive numbers: and .

• A45, 46
• B47, 48
• C46, 47
• D48, 49