In 4th grade division worksheet we will solve division by 2-digit numbers, division by 10 and 100, properties of division, estimation in division and word problems on division.

(i) The largest remainder that can be left when a number is divided by 7 is:

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) 6

(ii) Find the number which when divided by 7 give quotient 4 and remainder 4:

(a) 10

(b) 28

(c) 32

(iii) When we divide numbers we get:

(a) Sum and difference

(b) Product and multiple

(c) Quotient and remainder

(iv) Division is also known as repeated:

(a) Predecessor

(b) Subtraction

(d) Successor

(v) 3890 ÷ 10

(a) 389

(b) 3890

(c) 38900

(d) 0

(vi) Half of 48 is:

(a) 22

(b) 96

(c) 24

(d) 48

(vii) Triple of 41 is:

(a) 41

(b) 410

(c) 82

(d) 123

II. Complete the given wheels:

III. Choose the right answer and fill in the blank:

(i) If 16 × 7 = 112, then 112 ÷ 7 = ……………..

(a) 16

(b) 7

(c) 112

(ii) 3005 ÷ 100 = ……………..

(a) Q = 30, R = 5

(b) Q = 53, R = 0

(c) Q = 35, R = 0

(iii) 36 ÷ 10 = ……………..

(a) Q = 3, R = 6

(b) Q = 30, R = 6

(c) Q = 36, R = 0

(iv) 1293 ÷ 100 = ……………..

(a) Q = 1293, R = 0

(b) Q = 12, R = 93

(c) Q = 129, R = 3

IV. Match the following

 Column A (a) 5690 ÷ 12(b) 5690 ÷  5690(c) 0 ÷ 5690(d) 5690 ÷ 100(e) 5690 ÷ 1(f) 5690 ÷ 1000 Column B (i) Q = 5690; R = 0(ii) Q = 56; R = 90(iii) Q = 1; R = 0(iv) Q = 5; R = 690(v) Q = 0; R = 0(vi) Q = 474; R = 2

V. Divide and find the quotient and remainder:

(i) 93 ÷ 31

(ii) 281 ÷ 35

(iii) 4471 ÷ 13

(iv) 86 ÷ 43

(v) 525 ÷ 22

(vi) 1525 ÷ 15

1. When we divide 1000 by 10, the answer is:

(i) 10

(ii) 100

(iii) 1000

2. When we divide 5000 by 1000 the answer is

(i) 5

(ii) 50

(iii) 500

3. When we divide a number by 25000 by 100, the answer is:

(i) 25

(ii) 2500

(iii) 250

VII. Choose the right answer and fill in the blank.

2085 ÷ 100 = …………...

(i) Q = 208, R = 5

(ii) Q = 20, R = 85

(iii) Q = 2085, R = 0

VIII. Estimate the quotient by rounding off the given numbers:

IX. 2096 boxes are to be packed equally in 16 bags. Find the number of boxes in each bag?

X. Divide and verify the answer:

(i)  256 ÷ 7

(ii) 723 ÷ 15

(iii) 2000 ÷ 28

(iv) 1198 ÷ 16

XI. Ron has 56 chocolates. He wants to distribute them equally among 8 of his friends. How many chocolates will each friend get? Will Ron be left with some chocolates for himself?

I. (i) (c) 6

(ii) (c) 32

(iii) (c) Quotient and remainder

(iv) (b) Subtraction

(v) (a) 389

(vi) (c) 24

(vii) (d) 123

II. (i) Q = 16, R = 90; 3380; Q = 169, R = 0; Q = 845, R = 0;

(ii) Q = 27, R = 84;  Q = 2, R = 784; 5568; Q = 1392, R = 0

III. (i) (a) 16

(ii) (a) Q = 30, R = 5

(iii) (a) Q = 3, R = 6

(iv) (b) Q = 12, R = 93

IV. (a) → (vi)

(b) → (iii)

(c) → (v)

(d) → (ii)

(e) → (i)

(f)→ (iv)

V. (i) Q = 3, R = 0

(ii) Q = 8, R = 1

(iii) Q = 343, R = 12

(iv) Q = 2, R = 0

(v) Q = 23, R = 19

(vi) Q = 101, R = 10

VI. 1. (ii) 100

2. (i) 5

3. (iii) 250

VII. (ii) Q = 20, R = 85

VIII. (i) 80 ÷ 40, Q = 2, R = 0

(ii) 150 ÷ 70, Q = 2, R = 10

(iii) 600 ÷ 300, Q = 2, R = 0

(iv) 5000 ÷ 5000, Q = 1, R = 0

IX. 131

X. (i)  Q = 36, R = 4

(ii) Q = 48, R = 3

(iii) Q = 71, R = 12

(iv) Q = 74, R = 14

XI. 7, 0

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