Division Worksheets With Remainder 2 digits by 1 digit
Reminders & Tips for  Division Worksheets With Remainder 2 digits by 1 digit:  A Reminder: you should already know your division table to 100.
 Tips: Fist we "chip off" 10 (or 20, 30...) times the divisor from the dividend, and then deal with the rest.
 Therefore, the quotient of the first dividendchip (in green in worksheet below) must be divisible by 10 (i.e. = 10, 20, 30...).
 What's left is what I call a "Defective" Division Table to 100.
You have an almost straight division table to 100 case. You just have to get rid of a "defect" aka remainder.  Comment: Essentially, this is how all division, with or without remainder, including a long division, is done.
Division Worksheets With Remainder 2 digits by 1 digit: Example 1: 55 ÷ 3 = ?  We "chip off" 30 from 55
(we break off as many 10s, or 20s, 30s... times 3 as we can)
 Now we have this situation: (30 + 25) ÷ 3
 25 is not divisible by 3, but 24 is, so: (30 + 24 + 1) ÷ 3
 When we drop the parentheses: 30÷3 + 24÷3 + 1÷3
 30÷3 = 10 (is divisible by 10)
 and 24÷3 = 8 (is from a division table to 100)
 and we're left with 1 called a Remainder (since 1÷3 < 1)
 Our solution is (10 + 8) Q 18 with a R 1
Division Worksheets With Remainder 2 digits by 1 digit: Example 2: 100 ÷ 8 = ?  We "chip off" 80 from 100
(we break off as many 10s, or 20s, 30s... times 8 as we can)
 Now we have this situation: (80 + 20) ÷ 8
 20 is not divisible by 8, but 16 is, so: (80 + 16 + 4) ÷ 8
 When we drop the parentheses: 80÷8 + 16÷8 + 4÷8
 80÷8 = 10 (is divisible by 10)
 and 16÷8 = 2 (is from a division table to 100)
 and we're left with 4 called a Remainder (since 4÷8 < 1)
 Our solution is (10 + 2) Q 12 with a R 4
Division Worksheets With Remainder 2 digits by 1 digit: Example 3: 94 ÷ 4 = ?  We "chip off" 80 from 94
(we break off as many 10s, or 20s, 30s... times 4 as we can)
 Now we have this situation: (80 + 14) ÷ 4
 14 is not divisible by 4, but 12 is, so: (80 + 12 + 2) ÷ 4
 When we drop the parentheses: 80÷4 + 14÷4 + 2÷4
 80÷4 = 20 (is divisible by 10)
 and 12÷4 = 3 (is from a division table to 100)
 and we're left with 2 called a Remainder (since 2÷3 < 1)
 Our solution is (10 + 2) Q 23 with a R 2
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