Worksheet: Dividing a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Remainders

In this worksheet, we will practice finding the quotients and remainders of a division operation of two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers.

Q1:

Find the quotient of 42÷3.

Q2:

Use the given model to find 38÷3.

  • A213R
  • B123R
  • C126R
  • D312R
  • E132R

Q3:

Fill in the blank: 78÷4=19R.

Q4:

Madison and Scarlett are trying to solve 75÷4. Madison says 183R, while Scarlett says 318R. Who is right?

  • AMadison
  • BScarlett

Q5:

Four kids want to share equally between them 78 candies. How many candies will every kid get?

  • A20 candies
  • B19 candies
  • C18 candies
  • D74 candies
  • E2 candies

How many candies will be leftover?

  • A2 candies
  • B19 candies
  • C1 candy
  • D74 candies
  • E3 candies

Q6:

Find the result of the following.

  • A119R
  • B12R
  • C192R
  • D201R
  • E191R

Q7:

Find the whole number quotient and remainder of 23÷2.

  • A112R
  • B111R
  • C121R
  • D111R
  • E1112R

Q8:

There are 63 students in a school. The students are asked to form lines of 4 students.

The students will make lines.

There will be students left.

Q9:

Complete the following table.

DividendDivisorQuotientRemainder
664
  • A2, 16
  • B16, 1
  • C2, 1
  • D16, 2
  • E16, 3

Q10:

Find the remainder of 77÷4.

What is the quotient?

Q11:

Complete the given table using the example given.

Division29÷1067÷9
Relation between the Elements of Division 29=2×10+967=×+
  • A7, 9, 4
  • B7, 10, 4
  • C7, 9, 5
  • D8, 9, 4

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