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Worksheet: Dividing by 5

Q1:

Benjamin orders 5 pizzas for a party. They cut each pizza into the same number of slices, and they have 40 slices altogether.

Write a number sentence that shows how many slices they cut one pizza into.

  • A 4 0 5 = 3 5
  • B 4 0 × 5 = 4 5
  • C 4 0 + 5 = 4 5
  • D 4 0 ÷ 5 = 8

Q2:

Complete:

Q3:

There are 15 books.

5 books fit on one shelf.

How many shelves are needed?

Q4:

10 candies are shared equally between five children. Write the mathematical operation expressing the share of each child.

  • A 1 0 + 5
  • B 1 0 × 5
  • C 1 0 5
  • D 1 0 ÷ 5

Q5:

There are 30 students in a classroom. They sit in 5 rows.

Daniel writes this equation to find out how many children are in each row.

Which symbol is missing from her equation?

  • A +
  • B ×
  • C
  • D ÷

How many children are in each row?

Q6:

If the price of five tickets to a park is 25 pounds, what is the price of one ticket?

Q7:

15 apples are going to be divided equally among 5 bags.