# Division

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Here are the first division worksheets. They are divided in the middle so you can cut them in two and give half to each student. Each contains problems such as 4 Ã· 2 and 15 Ã· 3 and 45 Ã· 9 there are no remainders:

Division Worksheets: #1 #2 #3 Division Test 1

These division worksheets progress sequentially and contain problems such as 48 Ã· 5, 45 Ã· 6, 70 Ã· 3 and 861 Ã· 7 that result in quotients with remainders.

Division Worksheets: #4 #5 #6 Division Test 2

Division (Ã·) in elementary mathematics is the inverse of multiplication. It is a process, which is used to divide a certain number of quantity into exactly equal parts. Moreover, division also describes two settings that are distinct and at the same time have a relation with each other.

Terms in division

There are different terms used in division. They are divisor, dividend and the quotient. For instance, if you are doing a division, 10/5 = 2, then 10 is the dividend, 5 is the divisor and 2 is the quotient. Moreover, the knowledge of division also helps students to learn the concept of integers. In fact, another thing that needs to be introduced to get a more detailed knowledge of division is â€œremainderâ€. Whenever the dividend is not exactly divisible by the divisor, it provides a remainder along with the quotient. For instance, if you divide 7/5 then the dividend 7 is not exactly divisible by the divisor 5, hence it results to 1 as a quotient and 2 as a remainder.

Various ways to learn division

There are numerous ways to learn division, some of the easiest processes help to provide a clear concept about division, and once the concept is clear, it won’t be a problem to solve any kind of division. It is not always a better idea to memorize division, as after a certain point of time, it won’t be possible to memorize all of them. The best way to learn division is by manipulating physical items. Physical items help to associate the process to the practical world. Moreover, it is best to start with small numbers as the small numbers help to concentrate more on the concept of division. It would also be better to involve numbers that will have no remainders. In order to make it interesting you can start with blocks and try to divide them in few equal parts. The more you practice this method, the more you will come to terms with division. This will help you to get a clear idea what division is all about.