## Division Worksheets Without Remainder3 digits by 1 digit, Type 2

Reminders & Tips for - Division Worksheets Without Remainder 3 digits by 1 digit:
• A Reminder: you should already know your division table to 100.

• Tips: Fist we "chip off" 100 (or 200, 300...) times the divisor from the dividend, and then we do the same for 10s.
• Therefore, the quotient of the first dividend-chip (in violet in worksheet below) must be divisible by 100 (i.e. = 100, 200, 300...).
• And the quotient of the second dividend-chip (in red in worksheet below) must be divisible by 10 (i.e. = 10, 20, 30...).
• What's left comes right from the division table to 100 (in green in worksheet below).

• Comment: Essentially, this is how all division, including the long division, is done.

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#### EXAMPLES for Division Worksheets Without Remainder 3 digits by 1 digit:

• Example 1:   725 ÷ 5 = ?

• We "chip off" (100 × 5)  500  from  725
(we can't chip off 200 × 5 = 1000 because that's bigger than 835)

• So, now we have this situation: (500 + 225) ÷ 5

• We should "break" some more: (500 + 200 + 25) ÷ 5

• Followed by: 500÷ 5 + 200÷ 5 + 25÷ 5

• 500÷5 = 100  (is divisible by 100)
• 200÷5 = 40  (is divisible by 10)
• 25÷5 = 5  (is from division table to 100)

• Our solution is 145

Example 2:   556 ÷ 2 = ?
• We "chip off" (200 × 2)  400  from  556
(we can't chip off 300 × 2 = 600 because that's bigger than 556)

• So, now we have this situation: (400 + 156) ÷ 2

• We should "break" some more: (400 + 140 + 16) ÷ 2

• Followed by: 400÷ 2 + 140÷ 2 + 16÷ 2

• 400÷2 = 200  (is divisible by 100)
• 140÷2 = 70  (is divisible by 10)
• 16÷2 = 8  (is from division table to 100)

• Our solution is 278

• Example 3:   975 ÷ 3 = ?

• We "chip off" (300 × 3)  900  from  975
(300 × 3 is cloeser to 975 than 200 × 3, and 400 × 3 = 1200 is bigger than 975)

• So, now we have this situation: (900 + 75) ÷ 3

• We should "break" some more: (900 + 60 + 15) ÷ 3

• Followed by: 900÷ 3 + 60÷ 3 + 15÷ 3

• 900÷3 = 300  (is divisible by 100)
• 60÷3 = 30  (is divisible by 10)
• 15÷3 = 5  (is from division table to 100)

• Our solution is 325

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