Worksheet: Dividing a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Breaking Apart Tens and Ones

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing a two-digit number by a one-digit number by using models and breaking apart the numbers.

Q1:

Divide into 3 groups.

33÷3=.

Q2:

We can solve 39÷3 by breaking 39 apart to tens and ones, dividing each part by 3, and adding the partial quotients to find the answer.

What is 39÷3?

Q3:

Natalie and Jennifer want to calculate 32÷4.

Natalie said 32 can be partitioned to 30 and 2 and then the partial quotients can be added.

Jennifer said 32 can be partitioned to 20 and 12 and then the partial quotients can be added.

Who did it correctly?

  • ANatalie
  • BJennifer

Use the correct partitioning to find 32÷4.

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