# 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.

Q1:

Q2:

A school has 850 students and each classroom has 25 seats. How many classrooms are needed?

Q3:

Knowing that , find .

Q4:

The product of two numbers is 672. Given that one of the numbers is 32, find the other.

Q5:

Fill in the blank: .

Q6:

Mason and Jacob are trying to solve . Mason says the answer is 62 and Jacob says it is 60. Who is right?

• AMason
• BJacob

Q7:

Find the quotient of the division shown. Q8:

Find Q9:

Use long division to find the missing factor: .

Q10:

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?