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Divide.
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2.
7  14

3.
4  32

4.
5  105

5.
9  927

6.
6  84

Divide.
1.
3  89,229

2.
3  6,792

3.
9  4,734

4.
5  38,720

5.
7  78,428

6.
7  9,016

Divide.
1.
3  54

2.
6  30

3.
7  67

4.
5  17

5.
2  95

6.
5  46

 Key #2
 aKey #2
Divide.
1.
3  9,162

2.
3  55,270

3.
7  2,740

4.
5  66,315

5.
5  5,567

6.
6  22,666

Divide.
1.
6  94,774

2.
3  3,125,579

3.
4  19,744

4.
3  119,444

5.
5  12,275

6.
7  4,054,746

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.         89
 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________
2.         192
 by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________
3.         630
 by 2 ________ by 5 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________
4.         62,380
 by 2 ________ by 4 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________

Divide.
 1 13 ÷ 2
 2 45 ÷ 5
 3 87 ÷ 2
 4 25 ÷ 4
 5 72 ÷ 9
 6 31 ÷ 7
 7 49 ÷ 8
 8 84 ÷ 7
 9 90 ÷ 5
 10 47 ÷ 5
 11 50 ÷ 6
 12 52 ÷ 4

 Key #2
 aKey #2
Divide.
 1 22 ÷ 6
 2 708 ÷ 7
 3 41 ÷ 4
 4 780 ÷ 5
 5 939 ÷ 3
 6 22 ÷ 4
 7 687 ÷ 3
 8 829 ÷ 4
 9 455 ÷ 7
 10 95 ÷ 2
 11 260 ÷ 5
 12 41 ÷ 2

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 14  ÷  n  =  2
 2 72  ÷  t  =  12
 3 3y  =  90
 4 x  ÷  9  =  6
 5 2y  =  18
 6 n  ÷  2  =  45
 7 95  ÷  t  =  19
 8 x  ÷  3  =  14
 9 55  ÷  x  =  11
 10 4y  =  16
 11 t  ÷  6  =  2
 12 4n  =  16

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.
 1 t  ÷  2  =  30
 2 84  ÷  n  =  28
 3 x  ÷  8  =  5
 4 8y  =  72
 5 2n  =  54
 6 42  ÷  t  =  14
 7 9x  =  27
 8 y  ÷  4  =  6
 9 56  ÷  t  =  14
 10 x  ÷  7  =  9
 11 93  ÷  y  =  31
 12 6n  =  60

Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 1 0 r 2  2 1 2 0 0 1
2.

 3 r 3   0 9 Key #2
 aKey #2
Fill in the missing digits.
1.

 3 4   3 6 1 2 6 1 6 2. 9 r 5  2 9 7 5 4 4 5 2

Simplify.
 1 9 + 55 ÷ 5
 2 56 ÷ 2 - 4 + 2 + 3
 3 90 ÷ 9 × 1 - 5
 4 28 ÷ 7 - 3
 5 22 ÷ 2 × 1 × 5
 6 72 ÷ 8 - 5
 7 9 + 86 ÷ 2 + 1
 8 6 × 2 × 441 ÷ 9
 9 64 ÷ 2 × 3 + 1
 10 66 ÷ 2 - 5

Simplify.
 1 (9 - 1)  ×  (716 ÷ 4)
 2 24 ÷ 8 × 2 + 2
 3 (7 + 1 × 4 + 1)  ÷  (7 - 3)
 4 888 ÷ 3 - 4
 5 (6 + 4)  - 77 ÷ 7 + 2

Simplify.
 1 5,616 ÷ 6 + 37
 2 9 + 13 + 927 ÷ 9
 3 3,960 ÷ 8 - 38 - 4
 4 (55 × 35 - 26 + 39)  ÷  (94 + 8)
 5 548 ÷ 2 × 48
 6 89 × 1 × 161 ÷ 7
 7 4,374 ÷ 6 + 29
 8 301 ÷ 7 + 15 - 53
 9 (676 ÷ 4 + 55)  ÷  (896 ÷ 8)
 10 (32 ÷ 8)  +  (16 ÷ 8)

 Key #2
 aKey #2
Simplify.
 1 (891 ÷ 9)  - 1 ×  (4 × 2)  + 5
 2 (540 ÷ 6)  -  (5 - 1)
 3 (5 + 2 + 5)  ÷  (9 - 3)
 4 5 + 657 ÷ 3
 5 63 ÷ 7 × 4 +  (3 × 5 - 3)

Complete.
 1 Christopher Columbus sailed to the New World on the three ships the Pinta, the Nina, and the Santa Maria. If there were three captains, 90 crew members, and the men were divided equally on each ship, how many men were on each of Columbus' ships?
 2 The sixth grade classes are having a "Bake-Off" in the high school home economics kitchens. For National Brownie Day, they are working in teams of five to see which team can bake the best brownies. The cafeteria manager, a chef from Meriweather's Restaurant, and the home economics teacher, will judge the brownies. 80 students participated. Each team made one dozen brownies. How many brownies were made on National Brownie Day? 