Worksheet: Dividing by 6 and 7

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing numbers up to two digits by 6 and 7.

Q1:

A child wants to share 42 oranges equally among 7 plates. Find the number of oranges on each plate.

Q2:

Daniel had 28 stickers to share among his friends.

He found the number of stickers to give to each friend by solving 2 8 ÷ 7 .

How many friends did he give stickers to?

How many stickers did each friend get?

Q3:

A green vase is 7 inches high. A purple vase is 28 inches high. How many times taller is the purple vase than the green one?

Q4:

A farmer packs 56 apples into a container to transport them. They are arranged in rows of 7 apples. How many rows are there?

Q5:

Rania is making bracelets for her friends. She has 63 inches of ribbon and each bracelet needs 7 inches of ribbon. How many bracelets can she make?

Q6:

A girl bought 6 dolls. She started with 62 LE and the remainder was 38 LE. If the dolls had the same price, how much did one doll cost?

Q7:

Ethan has 42 stickers. He arranges them in his sticker book in 7 rows. How many columns are there?

Q8:

What is the number that, when divided by 7, gives 3?

Q9:

Find the missing dividend:

Hint: 5 × 6 = ?

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