# Worksheet: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Area Models

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing two- and three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers by breaking the numbers apart and using the distributive property.

Q1:

Write the addition expression that is missing:

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q2:

Olivia is learning to divide by using the distributive property.

Which expression is missing?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q3:

Liam and Isabella both had 24 squares.

Isabella made a group of 20 and a group of 4.

They divided their groups in half and still had the same amount of squares.

What number is missing?

Pick the equation that matches what they did.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q4:

Liam is learning strategies to divide.

He finds that .

What number is missing from his equation?

Use his equation to write the missing addition expression: .

• A4, 3
• B12, 9
• C12, 4
• D4, 1

Q5:

Fill in the blanks with the missing addition expression:

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q6:

Michael solved by writing it as the sum of simpler quotients.

Use this method to find the answers to these problems.

• A1 + 2
• B10 + 2
• C10 + 3
• D1 + 3

Q7:

Daniel is using this model to help him divide by splitting 24.

Which expression has been covered?

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q8:

Ethan has solved by first writing it as the sum of simpler quotients.

Use this strategy to answer the questions.

Find the missing number.

Find the missing number.

Write the missing sum.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q9:

Fill in the blanks:

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q10:

Mason spilled ink over his division homework.

What number is the arrow pointing at?

Q11:

Is ?

• A no
• B yes

Q12:

Elizabeth’s teacher is talking about division.

To solve , she breaks apart 33 into .

Elizabeth tried to solve by breaking apart 42 into .