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Middle School Math
Math
Division

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Decimals
Divide.
1.
7

 8.4

2.
9

 9.9

3.
4

 6.68

4.
8

 2.4

5.
9

 3.6

6.
7

 4.20

Divide.
7.
7

 4.2

8.
6

 5.4

9.
3

 6.6

10.
3

 6.3

11.
7

 4.788

12.
2

 5.586

Divide.  Give the remainder (do not add any zeros to the dividend).
13.
2

 1.5

14.
2

 1.65

15.
2

 8.1

16.
7

 8.7

17.
5

 7.79

18.
8

 2.77

Divide.  Add 1 zero in the dividend to solve each division problem.
19.
2

 9.5

20.
6

 8.1

21.
2

 6.7

22.
8

 3.8

23.
5

 7.22

24.
4

 2.15

 Key #2
Divide.  Add 1 to 3 zeros in the dividend to solve each division problem.
25.
8

 7.65

26.
8

 1.9

27.
8

 8.59

28.
8

 8.7

29.
6

 6.3

30.
8

 9.17

Divide.  Add up to 2 zeros in the dividend to solve each division problem.
31.
56

 810.6

32.
12

 960.09

33.
76

 882.55

34.
81

 197.64

35.
24

 242.73

36.
12

 722.7

Divide.  Round to the nearest thousandth.
37.
9.48

 95

38.
3.6

 67

39.
4.5

 76

40.
1.8

 9

41.
4.6

 47

42.
1.86

 9

Divide.  Round to the nearest hundredth.
43.
7.4

 5.64

44.
1.6

 9.6

45.
4.8

 4.0

46.
6.1

 9.77

47.
7.6

 4.56

48.
4.8

 3.0

 Key #2
Simplify.
 49 59.4 × 3 ÷ 0.6
 50 984 ÷ 2 + 5.99 × 1.8 × 25.5
 51 75 ÷ 0.5 - 23.2
 52 162 ÷ 6 - 12.59 + 1

Simplify.
 53 (98 ÷ 7)  - 4.1 +  (47.55 × 41.47)
 54 89 - 13.1 +  (88.9 ÷ 0.07)
 55 4.5 ÷ 0.5 × 3.1
 56 0.4 ÷ 0.08 × 21.7

Fill in the missing operation.
 57 (618 ÷ 3)  +  (3.24  1.9)   =  207.34
 58 96 ÷ 8  45  =  57
 59 78  5.4 ÷ 0.9  =  84
 60 74  684 ÷ 4  =  245

Fill in the missing operations.
61.
 (63.8  3.41)   252  6  1.95 = 17,818.0002
Use the operations: ×, ×, ÷, and ×
62.
 (79.9  43.11)    (8.1  0.9  41) = 3,394.489
Use the operations: -, ×, +, and ÷

 Key #2
Complete.
 63 Hunter and Sean were building a scale model of a Viking long boat for Leif Ericson Day. The used a scale of one inch to nine feet. The long boat they built was eleven inches long and 1.9 inches wide. Based on their scale, what were the measurements of the real boat?
 64 Connor's class made apple fritters at the Fall Festival this year. Connor brought eleven cans of shortening to fill the fryer. Each can was eight inches tall and had a radius of 8.8 inches. What was the total volume (in cubic inches) of the eleven cans of shortening? Round your answer to the nearest cubic inch.

Complete.
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