Worksheet: Dividing Two-Digit Numbers by One-Digit Numbers: Long Division with Remainders

In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to divide two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers, when they do not divide evenly.

Q1:

Find the remainder of 53÷4.

Q2:

Find the quotient and the remainder of the following operation.

  • AQuotientremainder=5,=13
  • BQuotientremainder=5,=7
  • CQuotientremainder=13,=5
  • DQuotientremainder=13,=7
  • EQuotientremainder=7,=5

Q3:

Find the remainder of the following operation.

Q4:

Find quotient and remainder of

  • AQuotient=8, remainder=1
  • BQuotient=8, remainder=0
  • CQuotient=8, remainder=2
  • DQuotient=6, remainder=2
  • EQuotient=5, remainder=2

Q5:

Find quotient and remainder of

  • AQuotient = 11, Remainder = 2
  • BQuotient = 12, Remainder = 10
  • CQuotient = 12, Remainder = 0
  • DQuotient = 12, Remainder = 1
  • EQuotient = 10, Remainder = 1

Q6:

Noah has 35 pieces of candy. He is going to share them equally between his 4 friends and keep the remainder for himself.

How many pieces of candy will each friend get?

Q7:

Using long division, calculate 64÷5.

  • A12 R5
  • B13 R4
  • C6 R1
  • D9 R4
  • E12 R4

Q8:

A gym has a total stock of 47 treadmills. If they were arranged in 5 rows, how many treadmills would not fit into the rows?

Q9:

A sport coach is storing 70 balls in mesh bags that can hold 6 balls each.

How many mesh bags are full?

How many balls are there in the not completely full mesh bag?

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