# Division Word Problems (3÷1) w/ Remainder

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```Division Word Problems (3÷1) w/ Remainder
Name:
Solve each problem.
1) At the carnival, nine friends bought two hundred fourteen tickets.
If they wanted to split all the tickets so each friend got the same
amount, how many more tickets would they need to buy?
2) A clown needed two hundred seventy-five balloons for a party he
was going to, but the balloons only came in packs of two. How
many packs of balloons would he need to buy?
3) A vase can hold nine flowers. If a florist had eight hundred
seventy-eight flowers she wanted to put equally into vases, how
many flowers would be in the last vase that isn't full?
4) An industrial machine can make four hundred seventy-nine
crayons a day. If each box of crayons has two crayons in it, how
many full boxes does the machine make a day?
214 ÷ 9 = 23 r7
1.
2
2.
138
3.
5
4.
239
5.
109
6.
2
7.
132
8.
3
9.
262
10.
1
275 ÷ 2 = 137 r1
878 ÷ 9 = 97 r5
479 ÷ 2 = 239 r1
5) A movie theater needed nine hundred eighty popcorn buckets. If
each package has nine buckets in it, how many packages will they
980 ÷ 9 = 108 r8
6) Debby is making bead necklaces. She wants to use seven hundred
twenty-three beads to make seven necklaces. If she wants each
necklace to have the same number of beads, how many beads will
she have left over?
723 ÷ 7 = 103 r2
7) A restaurant needs to buy six hundred fifty-eight new plates. If
each box has five plates in it, how many boxes will they need to
658 ÷ 5 = 131 r3
teams. If they wanted to have nine team, with the same number of
students on each team, how many more students would need to
690 ÷ 9 = 76 r6
9) A cafeteria was putting milk cartons into stacks. They had five
hundred twenty-five cartons and were putting them into stacks
with two cartons in each stack. How many full stacks could they
make?
525 ÷ 2 = 262 r1
10) A botanist picked eight hundred fifteen flowers. She wanted to put 815 ÷ 4 = 203 r3
them into four bouquets with the same number of flowers in each.
How many more should she pick so she doesn't have any extra?
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Division Word Problems (3÷1) w/ Remainder
Name:
Solve each problem.
1) At the carnival, nine friends bought two hundred fourteen tickets.
If they wanted to split all the tickets so each friend got the same
amount, how many more tickets would they need to buy?
2) A clown needed two hundred seventy-five balloons for a party he
was going to, but the balloons only came in packs of two. How
many packs of balloons would he need to buy?
3) A vase can hold nine flowers. If a florist had eight hundred
seventy-eight flowers she wanted to put equally into vases, how
many flowers would be in the last vase that isn't full?
4) An industrial machine can make four hundred seventy-nine
crayons a day. If each box of crayons has two crayons in it, how
many full boxes does the machine make a day?
214 ÷ 9 = 23 r7
1.
2
2.
138
3.
5
4.
239
5.
109
6.
2
7.
132
8.
3
9.
262
10.
1
275 ÷ 2 = 137 r1
878 ÷ 9 = 97 r5
479 ÷ 2 = 239 r1
5) A movie theater needed nine hundred eighty popcorn buckets. If
each package has nine buckets in it, how many packages will they
980 ÷ 9 = 108 r8
6) Debby is making bead necklaces. She wants to use seven hundred
twenty-three beads to make seven necklaces. If she wants each
necklace to have the same number of beads, how many beads will
she have left over?
723 ÷ 7 = 103 r2
7) A restaurant needs to buy six hundred fifty-eight new plates. If
each box has five plates in it, how many boxes will they need to
658 ÷ 5 = 131 r3
teams. If they wanted to have nine team, with the same number of
students on each team, how many more students would need to
690 ÷ 9 = 76 r6
9) A cafeteria was putting milk cartons into stacks. They had five
hundred twenty-five cartons and were putting them into stacks
with two cartons in each stack. How many full stacks could they
make?
525 ÷ 2 = 262 r1
10) A botanist picked eight hundred fifteen flowers. She wanted to put 815 ÷ 4 = 203 r3
them into four bouquets with the same number of flowers in each.
How many more should she pick so she doesn't have any extra?
Math
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Division Word Problems (3÷1) w/ Remainder
Name:
Solve each problem.
239
132
2
138
2
1.
109
3
5
262
1
2.
3.
1) At the carnival, nine friends bought two hundred fourteen tickets. If they wanted to split all
the tickets so each friend got the same amount, how many more tickets would they need to
4.
5.
2) A clown needed two hundred seventy-five balloons for a party he was going to, but the
balloons only came in packs of two. How many packs of balloons would he need to buy?
3) A vase can hold nine flowers. If a florist had eight hundred seventy-eight flowers she
wanted to put equally into vases, how many flowers would be in the last vase that isn't full?
6.
7.
8.
4) An industrial machine can make four hundred seventy-nine crayons a day. If each box of
crayons has two crayons in it, how many full boxes does the machine make a day?
9.
10.
5) A movie theater needed nine hundred eighty popcorn buckets. If each package has nine
buckets in it, how many packages will they need to buy?
6) Debby is making bead necklaces. She wants to use seven hundred twenty-three beads to
make seven necklaces. If she wants each necklace to have the same number of beads, how
many beads will she have left over?
7) A restaurant needs to buy six hundred fifty-eight new plates. If each box has five plates in
it, how many boxes will they need to buy?
8) A school had six hundred ninety students sign up for the trivia teams. If they wanted to have
nine team, with the same number of students on each team, how many more students would
9) A cafeteria was putting milk cartons into stacks. They had five hundred twenty-five cartons
and were putting them into stacks with two cartons in each stack. How many full stacks
could they make?
10) A botanist picked eight hundred fifteen flowers. She wanted to put them into four bouquets
with the same number of flowers in each. How many more should she pick so she doesn't
have any extra?
Math
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