Division Worksheets Without Remainder 3 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 dividendchip (in violet in worksheet below) must be divisible by 100 (i.e. = 100, 200, 300...).
 And the quotient of the second dividendchip (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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