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This is a collection of all our division worksheets that can help you save a lot of time. You can use it for homework, math centers, and sub-plans, and general practice.

You will receive several printable files. These are 2-page files with worksheets and answer keys. The files are organized into folders for easy access. Just *pick* a worksheet, *print* and you're ready to go.

Note that all equations involves exact quotient -- no remainders.

There are 9 types in all. Each exam type is further grouped by the number of digits of the dividend/divisor. There are 15 worksheets in each group, giving you hundreds of worksheets for choose from.

- 2 digit by 1 digit – Ideal for mental math
- 2 digits by 1 or 2 digits
- 3 digits by 1 or 2 digits
- 4 digits by 1 or 2 digits
- 4 digits by 2 or 3 digits
- Multiples of 10 (25 division worksheets)

1. Divide the numbers (Standard Form)

The numbers are arranged in standard form, and students are required to find the quotient.

2. Divide the numbers (Horizontal Equation)

Given numbers are arranged horizontally and students are required to compute for the quotient.

3. Divide the Numbers, Show Solution

Students are required to rewrite the numbers to standard form, and then perform division by showing their solution.

4. Color the correct answer (2 choices)

Divide the numbers, and then color the box of the correct answer.

5. Color the correct answer (3 choices)

Divide the numbers, and then color the box of the correct answer. (3 choices)

6. Choose the Correct Answer from a List

Divide the numbers and choose the answer from the box. Write the letter of the correct answer in the space provided.

7. Match two Columns

Match the numbers on the left column to the answers on the right column. Write the letter of your answer in the space provided.

8. Find the Missing Dividend or Divisor

The equation has a missing dividend or divisor. Students are to fill in the blanks to complete the equation.

9. Find the Missing Dividend, Divisor or Quotient

Each equation has a missing dividend, divisor or quotient. Students would need to fill in the blanks to complete the equation.

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