Year 3

# Dividing by a one digit number (no regrouping)

Year 3

# Dividing by a one digit number (no regrouping)

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will learn how to divide a two digit number by a one digit number without regrouping. We will look at the key vocabulary: divisor, dividend and quotient. Lastly, we will represent division problems using Dienes blocks.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

Multiplication is commutative.

False

Q2.

Division is commutative.

True

Q3.

Select the correct statement.

The product in the multiplication equation has a different value to the dividend in the matching division equation.

Q4.

Finish the sentence. When the dividend is zero...

the divisor is zero.

the product is zero.

Q5.

Select the incorrect statement.

Multiplication is commutative. Division is not commutative.

The product in the multiplication equation has the same value as the dividend in the matching division equation.

When the dividend is zero, the quotient is zero.

### 5 Questions

Q1.

64 divided by 2 is equal to

12

13

22

Q2.

33 divided by 3 is equal to

0

10

33

Q3.

90 divided by 3 is equal to

10

20

33

Q4.

Joshua bought a 4 cinema tickets. He spent £48. How much did each ticket cost?

£11

£4

Q5.

Ellie shared 66 crayons between herself and two friends. How many crayons did they each get?

23

32

33