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Division
Divide.
1.
9

 864

2.
3

 84

3.
6

 54

4.
8

 312

5.
6

 90

6.
6

 936

Divide.
1.
6

 76,884

2.
8

 4,816

3.
6

 91,374

4.
6

 7,224

5.
9

 37,260

6.
3

 2,565

Divide.
1.
4

 40

2.
3

 36

3.
6

 88

4.
8

 26

5.
2

 11

6.
4

 92

 Key #2
Divide.
1.
3

 469

2.
2

 98

3.
4

 136

4.
8

 99

5.
3

 725

6.
3

 66

Divide.
1.
5

 811,173

2.
8

 17,803

3.
8

 7,836,514

4.
9

 933,147

5.
9

 631,521

6.
2

 42,394

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.         855
 by 2 ________ by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________
2.         60
 by 3 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________
3.         87,865
 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 7 ________
4.         148
 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________

Divide.
 1 99 ÷ 5
 2 77 ÷ 3
 3 23 ÷ 7
 4 56 ÷ 7
 5 12 ÷ 6
 6 57 ÷ 5
 7 48 ÷ 8
 8 81 ÷ 7
 9 11 ÷ 5
 10 60 ÷ 4
 11 62 ÷ 3
 12 52 ÷ 4

 Key #2
Divide.
 1 55,906 ÷ 2
 2 1,654 ÷ 5
 3 59,187 ÷ 8
 4 2,566 ÷ 3
 5 81,657 ÷ 9
 6 59,022 ÷ 9
 7 60,267 ÷ 2
 8 91,187 ÷ 7
 9 88,044 ÷ 3
 10 8,349 ÷ 8
 11 27,099 ÷ 8
 12 2,517 ÷ 5

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 7n  =  56
 2 x  ÷  5  =  6
 3 t  ÷  3  =  30
 4 30  ÷  y  =  6
 5 78  ÷  n  =  13
 6 9x  =  81
 7 35  ÷  t  =  7
 8 2y  =  64
 9 x  ÷  2  =  23
 10 34  ÷  y  =  17
 11 7n  =  84
 12 t  ÷  8  =  8

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 8x  =  56
 2 n  ÷  9  =  8
 3 5y  =  75
 4 36  ÷  t  =  4
 5 72  ÷  x  =  8
 6 n  ÷  5  =  15
 7 t  ÷  5  =  18
 8 5y  =  15
 9 55  ÷  y  =  11
 10 3t  =  57
 11 x  ÷  9  =  2
 12 28  ÷  n  =  14

Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 1 r
6
 8 7 6 7 2 3
2.

 3 r 1
2
 6 1 9 8

 Key #2
Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 1 0
5
 5 5 0 2 0 2 2 5 0
2.

 1 7 r 2
4
 1 4 3 1 2 8 3 0 2 8

Simplify.
 1 78 ÷ 6 + 3
 2 552 ÷ 4 × 1
 3 258 ÷ 3 + 4 - 1
 4 404 ÷ 4 × 1 - 3 × 4
 5 60 ÷ 3 + 4 - 3
 6 984 ÷ 4 × 2
 7 7 + 16 ÷ 4
 8 8 + 4 × 16 ÷ 8
 9 90 ÷ 5 × 5
 10 657 ÷ 9 + 1 - 5

Simplify.
 1 30 ÷ 6 - 4
 2 33 ÷ 3 + 4 × 3 - 2 × 1
 3 14 ÷ 7 - 4 + 4
 4 (240 ÷ 3 + 10)  ÷  (8 + 4 - 2)
 5 (56 ÷ 8)  + 3

Simplify.
 1 (9,975 ÷ 3 - 11)
 2 (5 × 53)  +  (1,995 ÷ 7)
 3 (80 - 12 + 36)  ÷  (584 ÷ 8 - 21)
 4 63 ÷ 7 + 26 + 35
 5 (66 + 4)  × 5 +  (840 ÷ 5)
 6 7,285 ÷ 5 - 30
 7 (6,696 ÷ 9)  +  (44 ÷ 2)
 8 (58 + 43 × 39 + 5)  ÷  (50 - 21)
 9 (84 × 5)  ×  (6,748 ÷ 4)
 10 8 × 5 +  (91 ÷ 7)  + 2

 Key #2
Simplify.
 1 924 ÷ 7 + 1 - 2
 2 244 ÷ 4 + 3 × 4 ×  (406 ÷ 7)
 3 (726 ÷ 3)  ×  (2 + 3)
 4 (90 ÷ 2 + 1)  ÷  (8 - 5 - 1)
 5 6 × 4 - 1 ×  (96 ÷ 4)

Complete.
 1 Dylan asked if he could escort Madison to the school dance. Madison told him that she would love to go. Madison would need a new dress for the dance. She shopped for a long time before she finally found a dress that was sufficient. It cost \$133. However, there was a sale at the store that allowed her to buy 2 dresses for the price of 1, so she bought 2 dresses. How much did she spend on each dress?
 2 Mr. Martinez has book covers for his students. There are red, blue, green, purple, and yellow covers and the students will get to choose their own colors. Seven of the students want red book covers. There are thirty-eight red book covers. If Mr. Martinez gives each of the seven students an equal number of red covers, how many red book covers will each of the seven students get?

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