Worksheet: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Long Division without Remainders

In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to divide three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers where there is not a remainder.

Q1:

William can throw a ball 56 m. This is 7 times farther than his son can throw the ball. How far can his son throw the ball?

Q2:

Fill in the missing quotient: 16÷2=.

Q3:

How many fives are there in 45?

Q4:

A primary school has 148 students. The students are divided into 2 classes of equal size. How many students are in each class?

Q5:

A person wants to divide 660 buttons equally into 2 bags. How many buttons will be in each bag?

Q6:

288 tourists are traveling in 4 buses. If there are the same number of tourists in each bus, how many tourists are there in one bus?

Q7:

A farmer has 550 kilograms of butter. They want to pack it into containers that each hold 5 kilograms of butter. How many containers are needed?

Q8:

A librarian has 396 books to put on 3 shelves. If each shelf should have the same number of books, how many books will be put on each shelf?

Q9:

You have 16 quarters of a kilogram. How many kilograms do you have?

Q10:

How many quarters of a kilogram are there in 7 kg?

  • A21 quarters
  • B28 quarters
  • C7 quarters
  • D14 quarters

Q11:

How many quarters of a kilogram are there in 6halves of a kilogram?

Q12:

Find the remainder of 18÷2.

Q13:

510 apples need to be distributed equally among 6 boxes. How many apples are in each box?

Q14:

Fill in the blank: (90÷9)=5×.

Q15:

Without evaluating the expressions is 670÷5<, = or >(67÷5)×10?

  • A >
  • B <
  • C =

Q16:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 142÷280+9.

  • A =
  • B >
  • C <

Q17:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 3×4120÷4.

  • A =
  • B <
  • C >

Q18:

Is 42×2<, =, or >814÷2?

  • A <
  • B >
  • C =

Q19:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 372÷3280÷5.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q20:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 808÷2304.

  • A >
  • B =
  • C <

Q21:

It takes 8 days to vaccinate 456 children, where the same number of children are vaccinated each day. How many children can be vaccinated in one day?

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