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Worksheet: Using Models to Divide by Two

Q1:

A number, when multiplied by 2, gives 4. Complete the equation to find the number: .

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q2:

Complete the operation below.

Q3:

Complete the operation below.

Q4:

Complete the operation below.

Q5:

Complete the operation below.

Q6:

Complete the operation below.

Q7:

Complete the operation below.

Q8:

There are 18 students in a class. They sit in rows, and each row has 2 students. Choose the expression which tells you how many rows there are.

  • A rows
  • B rows
  • C rows
  • D rows

Q9:

A child wants to share 14 oranges equally among 2 plates. Find the number of oranges on each plate.

Q10:

If 8 candy bars are shared equally among 2 children, how many will each child get?

Q11:

A pick-up truck has to transport 18 boxes of toys, but it can only carry 2 boxes at a time. How many trips will it take to transport all the boxes?

Q12:

A person wants to distribute 8 notebooks equally into 2 bags. How many notebooks should they put in each bag?

Q13:

A girl wants to share 14 oranges equally among 2 people. How many oranges will each person receive?

Q14:

A fisherman has 10 fish. If he distributes them equally among 2 bowls, how many fish will be in each bowl?

Q15:

There are 12 children in a room. Each group of 2 children is sitting around a table. How many tables are there?

Q16:

If Noah divides 4 carrots equally between 2 rabbits, how many carrots will each rabbit get?