# Worksheet on Division Properties

Third grade math worksheet on division properties is great for practicing and testing the knowledge of the students on identifying the different properties.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 21 ÷ 1 = ?

(ii) 26 ÷ 1 = ?

(iii) 43 ÷ 1 = ?

(iv) 41 ÷ 41 = ?

(v) 75 ÷ 75 = ?

(vi) 628 ÷ 628 = ?

(vii) 25 ÷ ? = 25

(viii) ? ÷ 1 = 47

(ix) 5 ÷ ? = 1

(x) ? ÷ 927 = 1

(xi) 0 ÷ 5 = ?

(xii) ? ÷ 17 = 0

(xiii) 29 ÷ 0 = ?

(xiv) 125 ÷ 0 = ?

(xv) 1 ÷ 1 = ?

2. Write ‘true’ or ‘false’ as the case may be for the following statements:

(i) Any number divided by 1 gives the number itself.

(ii) No number can be divided by zero.

(iii) A number divided by itself gives the result zero.

(iv) Zero divided by a number gives the result zero.

(v) A number can be divided by a large number.

I. When we divide any number by the number itself, the answer is:

(i) Number itself               (ii) 0                (iii) 1

II. When we divide any number by 1, the answer is:

(i) Number itself               (ii) 0                (iii) 1

4. Fill in the blanks.

(i)  4087 ÷ 4087 = __________

(ii) __________ ÷ 1 = 619

(iii) __________ ÷ 59 = 0

(iv) 379 ÷ 1 =  __________

(v) 887 ÷ __________ = 1

(vi) 2223 ÷  __________ = 1

(vii) 0 ÷ 17 =  __________

(viii) 5663 ÷ __________ = 5663

(ix) 1845 ÷ 1 =  __________

Answers for the worksheet on division properties are given below to check the exact answers of the above division questions.

1. (i) 21

(ii) 26

(iii) 43

(iv) 1

(v) 1

(vi) 1

(vii) 1

(viii) 47

(ix) 5

(x) 927

(xi) 0

(xii) 0

(xiii) not defined

(xiv) not defined

(xv) 1

2. (i) true

(ii) true

(iii) false

(iv) true

(v) true

3. I. (iii)

II. (i)

4. (i) 1

(ii) 619

(iii) 0

(iv) 379

(v) 887

(vi) 2223

(vii) 0

(viii) 1

(ix) 1845

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