# Divide a Number with One Decimal Place by a Single-Digit Number

In this worksheet, students divide numbers with one decimal place by a single-digit number.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Decimals

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

To divide a number with one decimal place by a single-digit number, set out a division calculation and divide normally.

The decimal points will remain in line vertically.

Example

Work out  362.5 ÷ 5

Answer

362.5 ÷ 5 = 72.5

Answer the question.

250.8 ÷ 6  =

Answer the question.

447.3 ÷ 7  =

Answer the question.

414.6 ÷ 6  =

Answer the question.

471.6÷ 6  =

Answer the question.

426.3 ÷ 7  =

Answer the question.

413.4 ÷ 6  =

Answer the question.

375.5 ÷ 5
=

Answer the question.

217.8 ÷ 6  =

Answer the question.

378.5 ÷ 5  =

Answer the question.

589.4 ÷ 7  =
• Question 1

Answer the question.

250.8 ÷ 6  =
CORRECT ANSWER
41.8
• Question 2

Answer the question.

447.3 ÷ 7  =
CORRECT ANSWER
63.9
• Question 3

Answer the question.

414.6 ÷ 6  =
CORRECT ANSWER
69.1
• Question 4

Answer the question.

471.6÷ 6  =
CORRECT ANSWER
78.6
• Question 5

Answer the question.

426.3 ÷ 7  =
CORRECT ANSWER
60.9
• Question 6

Answer the question.

413.4 ÷ 6  =
CORRECT ANSWER
68.9
• Question 7

Answer the question.

375.5 ÷ 5
=

CORRECT ANSWER
75.1
• Question 8

Answer the question.

217.8 ÷ 6  =
CORRECT ANSWER
36.3
• Question 9

Answer the question.

378.5 ÷ 5  =
CORRECT ANSWER
75.7
• Question 10

Answer the question.

589.4 ÷ 7  =
CORRECT ANSWER
84.2
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