 # Long Division: Three-Digit Numbers and Remainders

In this worksheet, students practise division of three-digit numbers by a number that does not divide exactly. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Mixed Problems

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about adding dividing numbers and adding extra zeros when a number is not exactly divisible.

Example

Work out 774 ÷ 8

Set out division calculation, inserting extra zeros at the end of 774 because 8 does not go exactly into 774. The extra zeros allow for more carrying to take place and you can then get an exact answer. So 774 ÷ 8 = 96.75

570  ÷  8  =   ?
595  ÷  4  =   ?
506  ÷  8  =   ?
831  ÷  5  =   ?
581  ÷  2  =   ?
855  ÷  6  =   ?
252  ÷  3  =   ?
723  ÷  4  =   ?
669  ÷  8  =   ?
155  ÷  8  =   ?
• Question 1
570  ÷  8  =   ?
71.25
EDDIE SAYS
Change 570 to 570.00
• Question 2
595  ÷  4  =   ?
148.75
• Question 3
506  ÷  8  =   ?
63.25
• Question 4
831  ÷  5  =   ?
166.2
• Question 5
581  ÷  2  =   ?
290.5
• Question 6
855  ÷  6  =   ?
142.5
• Question 7
252  ÷  3  =   ?
84
• Question 8
723  ÷  4  =   ?
180.75
• Question 9
669  ÷  8  =   ?
83.625
• Question 10
155  ÷  8  =   ?
19.375
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