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Division
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Division
Divide.
1.
70

 420

2.
40

 1,600

3.
50

 400

4.
20

 6,280

5.
20

 6,040

6.
30

 540

Divide.
1.
60

 7,906

2.
50

 343

3.
90

 4,986

4.
40

 671

5.
40

 566

6.
40

 770

Divide.
1.
76

 912

2.
20

 1,720

3.
90

 270

4.
96

 192

5.
76

 6,156

6.
62

 7,378

 Key #2
Divide.
1.
75

 78,225

2.
27

 140,103

3.
25

 98,250

4.
84

 303,156

5.
38

 84,474

6.
29

 185,397

Divide.
1.
31

 21,726

2.
18

 97,542

3.
49

 9,508

4.
71

 59,170

5.
81

 8,505

6.
88

 4,664

Divide.
1.
53

 747,257

2.
29

 52,229

3.
29

 146,019

4.
38

 687,546

5.
79

 77,657

6.
52

 70,460

Divide.
1.
18

 10,694

2.
68

 854,842

3.
36

 51,948

4.
96

 475,271

5.
81

 88,857

6.
82

 16,274

 Key #2
Complete each divisibility table. Write yes if the number is divisible by the given number. Write no if it is not divisible by the given number.
1.         453
 by 2 ________ by 4 ________ by 6 ________ by 7 ________ by 9 ________
2.         144
 by 2 ________ by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________
3.         32,877
 by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________
4.         98
 by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________

Divide.
 1 568 ÷ 71
 2 715 ÷ 52
 3 3,935 ÷ 67
 4 1,338 ÷ 91
 5 188 ÷ 47
 6 468 ÷ 36
 7 4,125 ÷ 55
 8 746 ÷ 63
 9 8,460 ÷ 16
 10 564 ÷ 20
 11 2,790 ÷ 90
 12 257 ÷ 61

Divide.
 1 22,906 ÷ 78
 2 173,591 ÷ 51
 3 416,460 ÷ 30
 4 62,096 ÷ 51
 5 191,160 ÷ 24
 6 31,640 ÷ 70
 7 301,400 ÷ 58
 8 43,462 ÷ 86
 9 931,401 ÷ 13
 10 98,525 ÷ 25
 11 786,587 ÷ 30
 12 778,383 ÷ 37

Simplify.
 1 320 ÷ 8 + 5 - 4
 2 (90 ÷ 2 × 1)  × 2 - 5 + 3
 3 42 ÷ 3 + 4
 4 (900 ÷ 9 + 2 + 6)  ÷  (72 ÷ 8)
 5 (75 ÷ 3)  - 3 ×  (5 + 1)  - 4

 Key #2
Complete.
 1 Our teacher told us a story about three families who were having a feud. The dispute was over which family owned the four wild hound dogs that wandered in the woods. Half of the Marks family said the dogs belonged to the Smiths family. One-fourth of the Marks family said the dogs belonged to the Jacks family. The rest of the Marks family said, "What dogs?" There are 32 people in the Marks family. How many of them said "What dogs"?
 2 After visiting Strawberry Banke in Portsmouth, students from the Benjamin Franklin Elementary School boarded the bus for the ride back to Keene. If the bus travels an average of forty-five miles per hour, how long will it take for the bus to make the one hundred ten mile trip?

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 948  ÷  t  =  12
 2 168  ÷  x  =  7
 3 n  ÷  27  =  31
 4 94y  =  470
 5 x  ÷  93  =  5
 6 96t  =  576
 7 828  ÷  y  =  18
 8 n  ÷  29  =  7
 9 n  ÷  68  =  6
 10 43t  =  602
 11 336  ÷  x  =  6
 12 79y  =  553

Complete.
 1 The art teacher at Mountain Springs Elementary School asked her 107 students to cut leaves out of red, green, yellow, and orange construction paper for decorations for the Fall Festival. If three leaves can be cut from one sheet of colored paper and she needs 1,700 leaves, how many sheets of paper will she need?
 2 Kylie asked her mother what she wanted for Mother's Day. Her mother said, "I would like 5.8 times as many flowers as you are old." Kylie is ten years and two months old. How many flowers does her mother want? Round your answer so that Kylie does not have to give his mom only a part of a flower!

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 44t  =  41,096
 2 y  ÷  41  =  823
 3 8,316  ÷  x  =  84
 4 1,220  ÷  n  =  20
 5 46n  =  64,676
 6 t  ÷  26  =  2,519
 7 y  ÷  84  =  1,085
 8 12x  =  7,212
 9 15t  =  17,520
 10 13,802  ÷  y  =  206
 11 n  ÷  71  =  99
 12 61,115  ÷  x  =  3,595

 Key #2
Simplify.
 1 72 ÷ 8 + 4 + 5 × 2
 2 775 ÷ 5 - 5
 3 980 ÷ 5 × 4 - 5 - 3
 4 (5 + 4 + 1)  ÷  (7 - 5 × 1)
 5 (144 ÷ 4)  ×  (616 ÷ 2 - 4)  + 5

Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 r 7
8
 8 1 8 7 0 7 1 6 7
2.

 1
2
 6 1 6 0 2 0

Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 4 r 2
6
 2 7 0 2 4 3 5 3 5 0 8 2
2.

 r 6
8
 2 8 2 4 4 7 4 0 7 2 6

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