Worksheet on Dividend, Divisor, Quotient and Remainder

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on dividend, divisor, quotient and remainder. We know the number which we divide is called the dividend and the number by which we divide is called the divisor and their result obtained is called the quotient and the number left over is called the remainder.

I. Find the quotient:

(i) 137 ÷ 1

(ii) 0 ÷ 23

(iii) 55 ÷ 0

(iv) 512 ÷ 512


(v) 444 ÷ 1

(vi) 348 ÷ 348

(vii) 0 ÷ 540

(viii) 175 ÷ 175

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

(i) 245 ÷ 5

(ii) 335 ÷ 4

(iii) 243 ÷ 8

(iv) 495 ÷ 6

(v) 2744 ÷ 7

(vi) 1947 ÷ 3

(vii) 2870 ÷ 4

(viii) 6436 ÷ 7

III. Find the quotient and the remainder:

(i) 6781 ÷ 8

(ii) 2908 ÷ 6

(iii) 1125 ÷ 3

(iv) 2455 ÷ 6

(v) 2572 ÷ 5

(vi) 4945 ÷ 7

(vii) 2870 ÷ 4

(viii) 1638 ÷ 5

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

(i) 996 ÷ 12

(ii) 788 ÷ 11

(iii) 990 ÷ 15

(iv) 860 ÷ 15

(v) 1570 ÷ 14

(vi) 2880 ÷ 16

(vii) 5780 ÷ 26

(viii) 2135 ÷ 22

(ix) 2260 ÷ 19

(x) 1900 ÷ 23

(xi) 2700 ÷ 14

(xii) 5434 ÷ 24

(xiii) 29481 ÷ 12

(xiv) 54528 ÷ 16

(xv) 16544 ÷ 32

(xvi) 57298 ÷ 66

Answers for the worksheet on dividend, divisor, quotient and remainder are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on division.


Answers:

I. (i) 137

(ii) 0

(iii) Not possible

(iv) 1

(v) 444

(vi) 1

(vii) 0

(viii) 1

II. (i) Q = 49, R = 0

(ii) Q = 83, R = 3

(iii) Q = 30, R = 3

(iv) Q = 82, R = 3

(v) Q = 392, R = 0

(vi) Q = 649, R = 0

(vii) Q = 717, R = 2

(viii) Q = 919, R = 3

III. (i) Q = 847, R = 5

(ii) Q = 484, R = 4

(iii) Q = 375, R = 0

(iv) Q = 409, R = 1

(v) Q = 514, R = 2

(vi) Q = 706, R = 3

(vii) Q = 717, R = 2

(viii) Q = 327, R = 3

IV. (i) Q = 83, R = 0

(ii) Q = 71, R = 7

(iii) Q = 66, R = 0

(iv) Q = 57, R = 5

(v) Q = 112, R = 2

(vi) Q = 180, R = 0

(vii) Q = 222, R = 8

(viii) Q = 97, R = 1

(ix) Q = 118, R = 18

(x) Q = 82, R = 4

(xi) Q = 192, R = 12

(xii) Q = 226, R = 10

(xiii) Q = 2456, R = 9

(xiv) Q = 3408, R = 0

(xv) Q = 517, R = 0

(xvi) Q = 868, R = 10





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