Worksheet: Remainders Using Models

In this worksheet, we will practice how to model division of a two-digit number by a one-digit number when the numbers do not divide evenly.

Q1:

Find the quotient and remainder of 26÷3.

  • Aquotient =8, remainder =2
  • Bquotient =23, remainder =29
  • Cquotient =8, remainder =23
  • Dquotient =29, remainder =23
  • Equotient =2, remainder =8

Q2:

Complete the given table.

DivisionQuotientRemainder
38÷4
  • A6, 6
  • B10, 6
  • C9, 2
  • D4, 4

Q3:

Complete the given table.

DivisionDividendDivisor
18÷8
  • Athe dividend = 2, the divisor = 8
  • Bthe dividend = 8, the divisor = 2
  • Cthe dividend = 8, the divisor = 18
  • Dthe dividend = 18, the divisor = 8

Q4:

Find the quotient and remainder of 23÷5.

  • Aquotient =4, remainder =3
  • Bquotient =18, remainder =28
  • Cquotient =4, remainder =18
  • Dquotient =28, remainder =18
  • Equotient =3, remainder =4

Q5:

Complete the given table.

DivisionQuotientRemainder
47÷8
  • A7, 7
  • B6, 7
  • C5, 7
  • D9, 8

Q6:

Complete the given table.

DivisionQuotientRemainder
46÷5
  • A1, 1
  • B10, 1
  • C9, 1
  • D5, 5

Q7:

Each of the milk bottles are sold in crates of 4. How many complete crates are there and how many bottles are left over?

  • A4, 1
  • B2, 5
  • C3, 2
  • D4, 2

Q8:

Apples are sold in baskets of 5. How many baskets are there and how many apples are left over?

  • A3, 1
  • B4, 3
  • C3, 4
  • D3, 5

Q9:

Each of the cones below are sold in sets of 6. How many complete sets are there and how many are left over?

  • A2, 3
  • B2, 1
  • C3, 1
  • D2, 2

Q10:

A teacher has 22 pencils that they want to share equally between four children. What is the maximum number of pens each child will receive (some pens might be left over).

Q11:

10 children want to play a game. They need to be in teams of 2. Find how many teams of 2 there will be and whether any child will be left out.

  • A4 teams, no one will be left out
  • B4 teams, one will be left out
  • C5 teams, no one will be left out
  • D5 teams, one will be left out

Q12:

Find the remainder of 18÷2.

Q13:

15 pens are distributed among eight children. Complete the equation to find the number of pens that each child gets and the number of remaining pens: 15=×8+.

  • A8, 7
  • B8, 34
  • C1, 34
  • D1, 7

Q14:

Use the given part-whole model to find 27÷5.

  • A4 R7
  • B2 R5
  • C4 R2
  • D5 R2
  • E5 R3

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