Math Olympiad Grade 3 Division Test-2


Division Worksheet

 

  1. Rehan has 12 toy planes. He divided them evenly between two boxes. How many planes are in each box?

       A. 6                     B. 4                     C. 3                     D. 8

 

  1. The least number among the following is:

       A. 68 ÷ 4            B. 68 × 4            C. 68 + 4            D. 68 – 4

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  1. Anupama divided 498 by 8 and obtained a quotient of 62 and remainder 2. For this problem, which of these checks will help Anupama to find out her mistakes?

       A. check if quotient x dividend + remainder = divisor

       B. check the calculations of 8 x 6 and 8 x 2

       C. check if remainder < divisor

       D. check if remainder < dividend

 

  1. Find each quotient.

       340 ÷ 17

       A. 5780               B. 323                 C. 28                   D. 20

 

  1. Find the quotient.

      

       A. 4                     B. 6                     C. 8                     D. 12

 

  1. 0 * 18 = 0

       This will be true if * is replaced by:

       A. + or –            B. × or +            C. × or ÷            D. + or +

 

  1. What is 35 divided by 7?

       A. 7                      B. 5                      C. 6                     D. 8

 

  1. If we start subtracting 4 from 19 stepwise as shown, we will be able to subtract 4 times.

       If we start subtracting 4 from 169 in a similar manner, how many times will we be able to subtract?

       A. 14                    B. 42                   C. 68                   D. 84

 

  1. What multiplication fact could you use to find 12 ÷ 3?

       A. multiplying 3 with 5                 B. multiplying 6 with 2

       C. multiplying 3 with 12               D. multiplying 3 with 4

 

  1. Ramya divides a 3-digit number by 10. What can we say about the quotient?

       A. The quotient is obtained by removing one's digit

       B. The quotient is obtained by removing ten's digit

       C. The quotient is one's digit

       D. The quotient is obtained by removing hundred's digit

 

Answers

(1)–A; (2)–A; (3)–C; (4)–D; (5)–C; (6)–C; (7)–B; (8)–B; (9)–D; (10)–A