Division Worksheets With Remainder 3 digits by 1 digit
Type 1  Quotient < 100Reminders & Tips for  Division Worksheets With Remainder 3 digits by 1 digit (Q < 100):  A Reminder: you already must know your Division Table to 100.
 Tips: Since we deal in this worksheet with quotients less than 100, we can't "chip off" any 100s × divisor from our dividend.
So, we are going to "chip off" as many 10s × divisor from it, and then deal with what's left.  Therefore, the first dividend"chip" (in green in worksheet below) must be a product from a Multiplication Table to 100 × 10, and that product must be divisible by our divisor.
 What's left is what I call a "Defective" Division Table to 100.
You have an almost "straight" division table to 100 case, but you 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 Worksheet With Remainder 3 digits by 1 digit (Q < 100): Example: 281 ÷ 3 = ?  So, as mentioned in tips above, the first dividend"chip" must be a product from a Multiplication Table to 100 × 10, i.e. 27×10 = 270
(also 27 is divisible by our divisor and of course, 270 is less than the original dividend)
 Now we have this situation:
(270 + 11) ÷ 3
 What's left is what I call a "Defective" Division Table to 100 case.
11 is not divisible by 3, but 9 is, so we "chip off" further: (270 + 9 + 2) ÷ 3
 When we drop the parentheses:
270÷3 + 9÷3 + 2÷3
 270÷3 = 90
 9÷3 = 3 (is from a "straight" division table to 100)
 and we're left with a "defect" 2 called a Remainder
(since 2÷3 < 1, therefore a fraction, not a whole number)
 Our solution is (90 + 3) Q 93 with a R 2
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