Division Worksheets No Remainder
3 digits by 1 digit - Type 1
- I've separated whole numbers division into two types; we practice type 1 here .
- Type 1: the first digit of a dividend is less than the 1 digit divisor.
- Since we're dealing with 3 digit numbers, in this case we can't "chip off" any 100s, so we'll "chip off" 10s.
- I recommend you to practice my "defective" division table.
EXAMPLE for Division Worksheets No Remainder
3 digits by 1 digit, Type 1:
434 ÷ 7 =
- First we determine the type of division, and since the first digit of 434 (dividend) is less than 7 (divisor), we're dealing with my => Type 1 division
4 < 7 => Type 1
- So, in this case, we'll be "chipping off" 10s (instead of 100s) from first two digits of our dividend
- Since 4<7, we're looking at the first two digits of 434 and trying to see how many times we can "squeeze" 7 in it (but not exceed 43).
- The closest we can get is: 6 × 7 = 42,
- So, we put 42 tens + the rest, i.e.:
434 ÷ 7 = (420 + 14)÷7 =
- Now to lose the parentheses, we use the distributive property for division:
= 420÷7 + 14÷7 =
- at the end we do some easy adding of 10s with 1s, and that's about it:
= 60 + 2 = 62
Here follows an interactive worksheet for this particular case. Take a few tries, I'm sure you'll figure out the pattern very quickly.
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