## Division Worksheets With Remainder2 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 dividend-chip (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              