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In these free math worksheets, you will practice dividing a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number using long division. You will also practice solving division word problems. You can either print the worksheets (pdf) or practice online.

There are 4 sets of worksheets:

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, no remainder).

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, with remainder).

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, with or without remainder).

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (3-digit quotient, with or without remainder).

**How to divide a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number?**

These are the steps to divide a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number using long division.

Step 1: Write the dividend (the number being divided) and divisor (the number we’re dividing by) in the long division format, with the dividend inside the division bracket and the divisor outside the division bracket.

Step 2: Work on the dividend from left to right. Determine how many times the divisor can go into the first digit of the dividend without exceeding it. (Use the multiplication facts to help you).

Step 3: If the divisor is larger than the first digit, divide the first two digits of the dividend by the divisor.

Step 4: Write the quotient above the dividend.

Step 5: Multiply the quotient by the divisor to get the product. Write the product beneath the dividend.

Step 6: Subtract the product from the dividend.

Step 7: Bring down the next digit.

Step 8: Repeat the process until the dividend is less than the divisor.

Step 9: The final answer is the quotient plus any remainder (if there is one).

Step 10: Check your quotient and remainder by using multiplication and addition. Quotient × Divisor + Remainder = Dividend.

Example:

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to divide a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number.

Click on the following worksheet to get a printable pdf document.

Scroll down the page for more **Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Worksheets**.

**Printable**

(Answers are on the second page.)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, no remainder)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, with remainder)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (2-digit quotient, with or without remainder)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Worksheet #1 (3-digit quotient, with or without remainder)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Worksheet #2 (3-digit quotient, with or without remainder)

**Online**

3 digits ÷ 1 digit, with remainder

**Division Word Problems**

- Zach filled 582 one-liter bottles with apple cider. He distributed the bottles evenly to 4 stores. How many liter bottles did each of the stores receive? How many bottles left over?
- A carton of milk contains 128 ounces. Sara’s son drinks 4 ounces of milk at each meal. How many 4- ounce servings will one carton of milk provide?
- Selena’s dog completed an obstacle course that was 932 meters long. There were 4 parts to the course, all equal in length. How long was 1 part of the course?
- John has 286 marbles, he wants to divide them equally among his 4 friends. How many marbles will each friend get?
- If each chocolate piece weighs 6 grams, how many chocolates pieces can be made from 350 grams of chocolate? How many grams will be left over?
- If a school has 847 books and they want to distribute the books equally among 4 groups of students, how many books will each group get? How many books will be left over?
- A farmer harvested 922 apples. If he wants to put them in baskets with 8 apples each, how many baskets will he need? How many apples will be left over?
- A computer store has 693 laptops in stock. If they want to arrange them in stacks of 7 laptops each, how many stacks will they make?

Division Word Problems (Online Worksheet & Answers)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Lesson

3 digits ÷ 1 digit, no remainder

1 digit ÷ 1 digit, with remainder (Sprint)

2 digits ÷ 1 digit, with remainder

3 digits ÷ 1 digit, with remainder

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