Single into Double Digit Division w/ Remainders
Most of the problems result in a quotient with a remainder, but 3 of the problems do not result in a remainder. This worksheet features a set of division problems, each consisting of a single-digit divisor and a two-digit dividend, with the symbol ‘R’ indicating the presence of a remainder in the solution. Students are expected to calculate the quotient and the remainder for each division problem and write their answers in the spaces provided. The layout is simple and clear, aiming to focus the student’s attention on the calculation of remainders.
The worksheet’s primary focus is to teach students how to handle division problems that result in a remainder. It encourages the understanding that not all division problems will result in a whole number and that the remainder is a significant part of the result. This concept is crucial for students to grasp as it is a fundamental aspect of division in mathematics. By practicing these problems, students also learn to check their work for accuracy, as any division problem that should have a remainder but doesn’t might indicate a miscalculation.