# Divide a Number with Two Decimal Places by a Single-Digit Number

In this worksheet, students divide a number with two decimal places 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 two decimal places by a single-digit number, set out a division calculation and divide normally.

The decimal points will remain in line vertically.

Example

Work out  36.25 ÷ 5

36.25 ÷ 5 = 7.25

589.05 ÷ 7  =

193.08 ÷ 6  =

316.47 ÷ 7  =

299.11 ÷ 7  =

207.69 ÷ 7  =

905.58 ÷ 9  =

353.99 ÷ 7  =

425.43 ÷ 9  =

466.14 ÷ 6  =

531.25 ÷ 5  =
• Question 1

589.05 ÷ 7  =
84.15
• Question 2

193.08 ÷ 6  =
32.18
• Question 3

316.47 ÷ 7  =
45.21
• Question 4

299.11 ÷ 7  =
42.73
• Question 5

207.69 ÷ 7  =
29.67
• Question 6

905.58 ÷ 9  =
100.62
• Question 7

353.99 ÷ 7  =
50.57
• Question 8

425.43 ÷ 9  =
47.27
• Question 9

466.14 ÷ 6  =
77.69
• Question 10

531.25 ÷ 5  =
106.25
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