Worksheet on Divide by 10, 100 and 1000 Divisors

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on divide by 10, 100 and 1000 divisors to find the quotient and remainder if any.


I. Divide the given numbers by 10 and find the Quotient and Remainder.

(i) 34 ÷ 10 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(ii) 89 ÷ 10 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iii) 361 ÷ 10 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iv) 703 ÷ 10 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(v) 1179 ÷ 10 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

II. Divide the given numbers by 100 and find the Quotient and Remainder.

(i) 275 ÷ 100 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(ii) 982 ÷ 100 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iii) 2076 ÷ 100 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iv) 6127 ÷ 100 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(v) 1179 ÷ 100 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….


III. Divide the given numbers by 1000 and find the Quotient and Remainder.

(i) 1027 ÷ 1000 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(ii) 3384 ÷ 1000 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iii) 2076 ÷ 1000 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(iv) 8009 ÷ 1000 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….

(v) 9930 ÷ 1000 - Quotient = ………………., Remainder = ……………….


IV. Find the quotient and remainder (if any):

(i) 425 ÷ 10

(ii) 945 ÷ 10

(iii) 913 ÷ 10

(iv) 3181 ÷ 10

(v) 99757 ÷ 10

(vi) 14038 ÷ 10

(vii) 7643 ÷ 100

(viii) 57039 ÷ 100

(ix) 13548 ÷ 100

(x) 68435 ÷ 100

(xi) 24058 ÷ 100

(xii)  68421 ÷ 100

(xiii) 26432 ÷ 100

(xiv) 24952 ÷ 100

(xv) 8365 ÷ 1000

(xvi) 34523 ÷ 1000

(xvii) 52460 ÷ 1000

(xviii) 35384 ÷ 1000

(xix) 48608 ÷ 1000

(xx) 68305 ÷ 1000

(xxi) 10005 ÷ 1000

(xxii) 21450 ÷ 1000

(xxiii) 91103 ÷ 1000

(xxiv) 33111 ÷ 1000


V. Complete the given Division Wheels.

(i)

Division Wheel

(ii)

Division Wheel Table

(iii)

Division Table

(iv)

Division Table Wheel



VI.
Find the quotient and the remainder.

(i) 81 ÷ 10

(ii) 76 ÷ 10

(iii) 2,405 ÷ 10

(iv) 4,316 ÷ 10

(v) 5,428 ÷ 10

(vi) 8,918 ÷ 10

(vii) 2,492 ÷ 10

(viii) 601 ÷ 10

(ix) 3,087 ÷ 10

(x) 7,382 ÷ 100

(xi) 4,035 ÷ 100

(xii) 5,231 ÷ 100

(xiii) 4,500 ÷ 100

(xiv) 9,879 ÷ 100

(xv) 5,624 ÷ 100

(xvi) 3,640 ÷ 100

Answers for the worksheet on divide by 10, 100 and 1000 divisors are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions to find the quotient and remainder.


Answers:

I. (i) Quotient = 3; Remainder = 4.

(ii) Quotient = 8; Remainder = 9.

(iii) Quotient = 36; Remainder = 1.

(iv) Quotient = 70; Remainder = 3.

(v) Quotient = 117; Remainder = 9.


II. (i) Quotient = 2; Remainder = 75.

(ii) Quotient = 9; Remainder = 82.

(iii) Quotient = 20; Remainder = 76.

(iv) Quotient = 61; Remainder = 27.

(v) Quotient = 11; Remainder = 79.


III. (i) Quotient = 1; Remainder = 27.

(ii) Quotient = 3; Remainder = 384.

(iii) Quotient = 2; Remainder = 76.

(iv) Quotient = 8; Remainder = 9.

(v) Quotient = 9; Remainder = 930.


IV.

(i) Q = 42, R = 5

(ii) Q = 94, R = 5

(iii) Q = 91, R = 3

(iv) Q = 318, R = 1

(v) Q = 9975, R = 7

(vi) Q = 1403, R = 8

(vii) Q = 76, R = 43

(viii) Q = 570, R = 39

(ix) Q = 135, R = 48

(x) Q = 684, R = 35

(xi) Q = 240, R = 58

(xii)  Q = 684, R = 21

(xiii) Q = 264, R = 32

(xiv) Q = 249, R = 52

(xv) Q = 8, R = 365

(xvi) Q = 34, R = 523

(xvii) Q = 52, R = 460

(xviii) Q = 35, R = 384

(xix) Q = 48, R = 608

(xx) Q = 68, R = 305

(xxi) 10005 ÷ 1000 Q = 10, R = 5

(xxii) 21450 ÷ 1000 Q = 21, R = 450

(xxiii) 91103 ÷ 1000 Q = 91, R = 103

(xxiv) 33111 ÷ 1000 Q = 33, R = 111


V. (i) Q = 36, R = 0; Q = 3, R = 600; Q = 360, R = 0; Q = 1800, R = 0. 

(ii) Q = 50, R = 60; Q = 5, R = 60; Q = 506, R = 0; Q = 2530, R = 0. 

(iii) Q = 48, R = 31; Q = 4, R = 831; Q = 483, R = 1; Q = 2415, R = 1. 

(iv) Q = 66, R = 73; Q = 6, R = 673; Q = 667, R = 3; Q = 3336, R = 1.


VI. (i) Quotient : 8; Remainder 1

(ii) Quotient : 7; Remainder 6

(iii) Quotient : 204; Remainder 5

(iv) Quotient : 431; Remainder 6

(v)  Quotient : 542; Remainder 8

(vi)  Quotient : 891; Remainder 8

(vii)  Quotient : 249; Remainder 2

(viii)  Quotient : 60; Remainder 1

(ix)  Quotient : 308; Remainder 7

(x)  Quotient : 73; Remainder 82

(xi)  Quotient : 40; Remainder 35

(xii)  Quotient : 52; Remainder 31

(xiii)  Quotient : 45; Remainder 0

(xiv)  Quotient : 98; Remainder 79

(xv)  Quotient : 56; Remainder 24

(xvi)  Quotient : 36; Remainder 40



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