# Division: What Remains? (2)

In this worksheet, students carry out divisions but must allow for the remainders in the answers.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Multiplication and Division

Curriculum subtopic:   Solve Multiplication/Division Problems

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet children will learn about division and remainders.

Example

There are 25 people going to a party.

A taxi can carry 4 people.

How many taxis do they need?

Divide 25 by 4.

25 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.

They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.

They need ___e___ taxis.

We can answer this by using a number line to divide 25 by 4. We can fit 6 fours and there is a remainder of 1.

25 ÷ 4 = ___6___ and remainder ___1___.

They need ___6___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___1___ person.

They need ___7___ taxis.

There are 9 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 9 by 4.
9 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
1
b
3
c
1
d
2
e
2
There are 15 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 15 by 4.
15 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxi(s) with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
3
b
3
c
3
d
3
e
4
There are 22 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 22 by 4.
22 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
5
b
2
c
2
d
5
e
6
There are 42 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 42 by 4.
42 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
10
b
2
c
10
d
2
e
11
There are 38 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 38 by 4.
38 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
9
b
9
c
2
d
2
e
10
There are 6 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 6 by 4.
6 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
2
b
2
c
1
d
1
e
2
There are 13 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 13 by 4.
13 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
3
b
1
c
1
d
4
e
3
There are 7 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 7 by 4.
7 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
3
b
1
c
2
d
1
e
3
There are 29 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 29 by 4.
29 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
8
b
7
c
7
d
1
e
1
There are 18 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 18 by 4.
18 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
2
b
4
c
5
d
4
e
2
• Question 1
There are 9 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 9 by 4.
9 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
2
b
1
c
2
d
1
e
3
• Question 2
There are 15 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 15 by 4.
15 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxi(s) with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
3
b
3
c
3
d
3
e
4
• Question 3
There are 22 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 22 by 4.
22 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
5
b
2
c
5
d
2
e
6
• Question 4
There are 42 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 42 by 4.
42 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
10
b
2
c
10
d
2
e
11
• Question 5
There are 38 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 38 by 4.
38 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
9
b
2
c
9
d
2
e
10
• Question 6
There are 6 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 6 by 4.
6 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
1
b
2
c
1
d
2
e
2
• Question 7
There are 13 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 13 by 4.
13 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
3
b
1
c
3
d
1
e
4
• Question 8
There are 7 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 7 by 4.
7 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
1
b
3
c
1
d
3
e
2
• Question 9
There are 29 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 29 by 4.
29 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
7
b
1
c
7
d
1
e
8
• Question 10
There are 18 people going to a party.
A taxi can carry 4 people.
How many taxis do they need?

Divide 18 by 4.
18 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.
They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.
They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
4
b
2
c
4
d
2
e
5
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