Lesson Worksheet: Dividing Three-Digit Numbers by Two-Digit Numbers: Long Divison without Remainders Mathematics • 5th Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice using long division to divide three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers in calculations where there is no remainder.
One cookie costs 25 piastres. If I have 425 piastres, how many cookies can I buy?
A school has 850 students and each classroom has 25 seats. How many classrooms are needed?
Knowing that , find .
The product of two numbers is 672. Given that one of the numbers is 32, find the other.
Fill in the blank: .
Mason and Jacob are trying to solve . Mason says the answer is 62 and Jacob says it is 60. Who is right?
Find the quotient of the division shown.
Use an area model to help you.
Use long division to find the missing factor: .
Which of these word problems will require you to use division to solve it?
- AMatthew is creating 476 equal-sized bouquets. Each bouquet has 28 flowers. If he sells 5 bouquets, how many flowers will remain?
- BMatthew is creating bouquets. He uses 28 flowers in each bouquet. How many bouquets can he create altogether?
- CMatthew is creating 476 equal-sized bouquets. He wants to use 28 flowers in each bouquet. How many flowers will he need to use altogether?
- DMatthew is creating 476 different-sized bouquets. He wants to use 28 flowers in each bouquet. How many flowers will he need to use altogether?
- EMatthew needs to create equal-sized bouquets for 17 customers. He has 476 flowers to use. What is the maximum amount of flowers he can use in each bouquet?