# Lesson Worksheet: Interpreting Remainders Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice interpreting remainders in division problems when we divide a two-digit number by a one-digit number.

Q1:

Complete the sentence: If is divisible by , the remainder of is equal to .

Q2:

40 dancers are training for a competition. To enter, they must be in teams of 7. How many teams can enter the competition? Q3:

How many 20-centimeter-long tiles do I need to buy to make a row of tiles that is 170 cm long? • A8
• B20
• C7
• D10
• E9

Q4:

40 athletes need transport to a sports competition. Each vehicle can hold 9 athletes. How many vehicles are needed?

Q5:

Each table in the cafeteria has space for 8 students. Ethan wants to know how many tables are needed for 77 students. He knows that when you divide 77 by 8 you get 9 and a remainder of 5. How many tables are needed?

Did you round the remainder up or down to find the answer?

• Aup
• Bdown

Why?

• ABecause you need a table for the 5 students that are left over.
• BBecause the remainder is an even number.
• CBecause if the remainder is equal to or greater than 5, we have to round up.
• DBecause you do not need any additional tables.
• EBecause the remainder is an odd number.

Q6:

A ribbon is 73 cm long. It is going to be cut into 12-centimeter-long pieces.

First, calculate .

• A7
• B6 R 1
• C6
• D1 R 6
• E12 R 1

State how many 12 cm pieces can be cut from the ribbon.

How long is the piece of ribbon that is left at the end?

Q7:

31 pens will be equally distributed among 4 children. Find the maximum number of pens each child can receive and the number of remaining pens.

• A8 pens each, 4 remain
• B7 pens each, 4 remain
• C8 pens each, 3 remain
• D7 pens each, 3 remain

Q8:

Noah wants to take his friends to the theater. He has \$80 and each ticket costs \$9. We are going to work out how many tickets he can buy.

Which calculation will help us answer this question?

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

To find the number of tickets he can buy, should we ignore the remainder or round it up?

• AIgnore it
• BRound it up

Why?

• ABecause the remainder is greater than \$5 and enough to buy an extra ticket
• BBecause the remainder is less than \$9 and not enough to buy an extra ticket
• CBecause the remainder is less than \$80 and not enough to buy an extra ticket
• DTo buy one more ticket
• EBecause the remainder is an even number

Q9:

Hannah is making cubes by gluing together 6 squares. She has 46 squares and wants to know how many cubes she can make. She knows that when you divide 46 by 6 you get 7 and a remainder of 4. How many cubes can she make?

Did you round the remainder up or down to find the answer?

• Aup
• Bdown

Why?

• ABecause if the remainder is less than 5 we have to round down.
• BBecause the remainder is an odd number.
• CBecause the 4 squares that remain will not make a complete cube.
• DBecause the remainder is an even number.
• EBecause the 4 squares that remain will make a complete cube.

Q10:

A farmer packs eggs in boxes of 6. Today, his hens have laid 35 eggs. How many boxes can he fill completely?

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