Worksheet: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Long Division with Remainders
In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to divide three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers when there is not a remainder.
The ministry of education divides books equally among the libraries of 6 schools. There are 500 books to be divided. Find the number of books that each school will receive and the number of the remaining books that will not be divided among the libraries.
- A82, 8
- B84, 2
- C83, 0
- D83, 2
- E84, 0
Use long division to complete the following table:
- AQuotient = 57, remainder = 11
- BQuotient = 58, remainder = 11
- CQuotient = 61, remainder = 0
- DQuotient = 59, remainder = 1
- EQuotient = 58, remainder = 3
Find the remainder in the following division.
Find quotient and remainder of
Find the quotient of the division below.
Find the quotient and the remainder of the following division.
- AQuotient = 114, remainder = 2
- BQuotient = 114, remainder = 1
- CQuotient = 11, remainder = 2
- DQuotient = 110, remainder = 4
- EQuotient = 115, remainder = 2
A charity has 3 toys to give away. They want to give the same number of toys to each of 391 children’s homes. Using long division, calculate how many toys each children’s home will get and how many toys will be left over.
- A129 toys and 4 leftover
- B131 toys and 1 leftover
- C130 toys and 1 leftover
- D130 toys and 0 leftover
- E131 toys and 0 leftover
Find the remainder of the following division.
Find the quotient of the following division:
Using long division, find the quotient and remainder of the following division:
- A63 r1
- C6 r7
- D64 r1
- E60 r7