Long Division Word Problems Worksheet

In Long Division Word Problems Worksheet you will get different types of real life long division with one-digit divisors.

1. 32 toffees are equally divided among 8 boys. How many toffees does each boy get?

2. There are 7 days in a week. How many weeks are there in 56 days?

3. 35 girls were divided into groups. If 1 group had 5 girls, how many groups were formed?

4. There are 72 chairs in a hall. These chairs are arranged in rows. If each row has 9 chairs, find the number of rows.

5. The cost of 7 pencils is ₹ 21 rupees. What is the cost of 1 pencil?

6. One packet contains 8 biscuits. How many packets will have 48 biscuits?


1. 4 toffees

2. 8 weeks

3. 7 groups

4. 8 rows

5. ₹ 3

6. 6 packets

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