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Beginning Long Division

4.NBT.6
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Grade 4 Base Ten - 4.NBT.6

What Is Long Division? Generally, a division is a mathematical operation, also considered an opposite operation of multiplication. It is the process of splitting into equal parts or groups that results in fair or equitable sharing. For example, there are 15 cupcakes required to be divided among 3 friends. How can you share them equally? Divide 15 by 3, and you will get the answer. But sometimes the numbers are complex and extensive. In such a situation, we commonly use a long division method to divide large or big numbers into parts and groups. These are division problems that you cannot do in your head. The long division helps in breaking down large and complex numbers into a sequence of steps that makes solving easier. Just like other division problems, there is a dividend, which is the large number divided by another number called the dividend — both these numbers divide to give a result quotient and in many cases, a remainder. In the long division method, the splitting and grouping of dividends is the most important thing to make the problem easy to solve. Understanding this trick is basically the core principle of the long division method. These worksheets are great when you are starting to learn long division.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons






Homework Sheets

In the first two homeworks, I use the drawn arrow to help students follow the zeroes. I also have some quick division word problems to break it up.




Practice Worksheets

I use a whole bunch of different formats here. This includes horizontal quotients, word based quotients, and stories.




Math Skill Quizzes

I mixed all the different formats together to make one solid format.

  • Quiz 1 - Nathan has 15 pairs of socks. The price of the socks is $45. Find the price of one pair?
  • Quiz 2 - On a fuel station Hugo sell 200 liter fuel in a day and earn 750$. Find the price of 1 liter fuel.
  • Quiz 3 - There are 6 members in a family. They share 24 bananas equally. How many bananas does each have?