 # Dividing Four-Digit Numbers by Single-Digit Numbers (1)

In this worksheet, students divide a four-digit number by a single-digit number. Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must divide four-digit numbers by a single-digit number.

Dividing by 2 is easy as you simply halve the number.

Dividing by 4 is easy if you halve the number and then halve the answer.

Dividing by 8 is easy if you halve, halve and halve again.

Otherwise, you can simply divide on paper or carry out the following method in your head.

3625 ÷ 5 7904 ÷ 8  =

2540 ÷ 5  =

5628 ÷ 6  =

2450 ÷ 7  =

3736 ÷ 8  =

4450 ÷ 5  =

2694 ÷ 6  =

6896 ÷ 8  =

2758 ÷ 7  =

5250 ÷ 6  =
• Question 1

7904 ÷ 8  =
988
• Question 2

2540 ÷ 5  =
508
• Question 3

5628 ÷ 6  =
938
• Question 4

2450 ÷ 7  =
350
• Question 5

3736 ÷ 8  =
467
• Question 6

4450 ÷ 5  =
890
• Question 7

2694 ÷ 6  =
449
• Question 8

6896 ÷ 8  =
862
• Question 9

2758 ÷ 7  =
394
• Question 10

5250 ÷ 6  =
875
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