Lesson Worksheet: Dividing Numbers Using Repeated Subtraction Mathematics • 3rd Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice dividing numbers up to 100 using repeated subtraction to find the number of groups.
Use Madison’s strategy to find the answers.
We can use number lines to divide.
Jump back 5 each time. How many jumps from 35 to 0 do you make?
Write a subtraction equation to show this.
What is ?
David writes the following successive subtraction sentences:
Which of the following mathematical problems is he trying to solve?
By using the given number line and by counting backward, find .
Find using the given number line.
James has 10 books. He wants to distribute them among 2 of his friends. Calculate to find how many books each friend will get.
- A2 books
- B10 books
- C6 books
- D5 books
Emma wants to find the result of , so she starts to subtract 2 from 8 and then 2 more, and so on. Write the missing subtraction equation in the following diagram.
If you have 20 pencils, how many times do you need to subtract 10 to reach 0?
Jackson solved by repeated subtraction as , so .
Using the same method, find .
Hannah is using repeated subtraction to solve :
Continue subtracting to find .
Ethan has a book of 60 pages. He intends to read 10 pages every day. Find how many days he needs to finish the book, by counting the number of jumps.
- A10 days
- B6 days
- C60 days