 # Dividing a Decimal Number by a Two-Digit Number

In this worksheet, students review and practise dividing decimal numbers by two-digit numbers. Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

To divide a decimal number by a two-digit number, follow this method.

Example

Work out 50.4 ÷ 14

It helps to know the multiples of 14 up to the numbers you need.

14, 28, 42, 56, 70, 84

Then carry out the division.  We know that 50 ÷ 14 = 3 remainder 8 as 3 x 14 = 42 50.4 ÷ 14 = 3.6

Work out:

94.9 ÷ 13 = _________

Divide:

72.0 ÷ 15 = _________

Divide:

76.8 ÷ 16 = _________

Work out:

48.4 ÷ 11 = _________

Work out:

62.7 ÷ 11 = _________

Calculate:

43.4 ÷ 14 = _________

Work out:

90.2 ÷ 11 = _________

Divide:

46.8 ÷ 18 = _________

Work out:

54 ÷ 15 = _________

Divide:

63.7 ÷ 13 = _________

• Question 1

Work out:

94.9 ÷ 13 = _________

7.3
• Question 2

Divide:

72.0 ÷ 15 = _________

4.8
• Question 3

Divide:

76.8 ÷ 16 = _________

4.8
• Question 4

Work out:

48.4 ÷ 11 = _________

4.4
• Question 5

Work out:

62.7 ÷ 11 = _________

5.7
• Question 6

Calculate:

43.4 ÷ 14 = _________

3.1
• Question 7

Work out:

90.2 ÷ 11 = _________

8.2
• Question 8

Divide:

46.8 ÷ 18 = _________

2.6
• Question 9

Work out:

54 ÷ 15 = _________

3.6
EDDIE SAYS
54 = 54.0
• Question 10

Divide:

63.7 ÷ 13 = _________

4.9
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