# Week 5: Division – Day 5

Three digit numbers by one digit numbers

Try to do these problems without pencil and paper.

1. What is 200 / 5 ?

2. What is 888 / 4 ?

3. What is 180 / 9 ?

4. What is 633 / 3 ?

5. What is 248 / 8 ?

# Week 5: Division – Day 4

Three digit numbers by two digit numbers

Try to work out these divisions without pencil and paper.

1. What is 360 / 12 ?

2. What is 121 / 11 ?

3. What is 200 / 40 ?

4. What is 560 / 70 ?

5. What is 560 / 14 ?

# Week 5: Division – Day 3

Each of these problems involves division somewhere. Solve each problem.

1. Effie runs 8 miles in 2 hours. What is her average speed?

2. Six friends play hockey together after school. Their ages are 9, 12, 10, 11, 15, and 9. What is the average age of people on the team?

3. A group of fourteen squirrels has found a pile of 42 nuts. They decide to share the nuts equally among themselves. How many nuts does each squirrel get?

4. What is the probability that you will roll a 3 or a 5 on a six-sided die ?

5. The area of Harry’s rectangular swimming pool is 200 square meters. The width of the pool is 8 meters. What is the length of the pool?

# Week 5: Division – Day 2

Two digit numbers by two digit numbers.

1. What is 24 / 12?

2. What is 36 / 18?

3. What is 45 / 15?

4. What is 80 / 10?

5. What is 28 / 14?

# Week 5: Division – Day 1

Two digit numbers by one digit numbers.

1. What is 24 / 6?

2. What is 36 / 9?

3. What is 48 / 8?

4. What is 63 / 7?

5. What is 88 / 8?