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There are five sets of integer operation worksheets:

Adding Integers

Subtracting Integers

Multiplying Integers

Dividing Integers

Order of Operations with Integers

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 6 students learn how to divide integers.

There are three sets of dividing integers worksheets:

- divide integers (same sign)
- divide integers (different signs)
- divide integers (same or different signs)

We can use the following steps when dividing two integers:

- Divide the numbers ignoring their sign.
- Determine the sign of the quotient using these rules:

If both numbers have the same sign (positive or negative), the quotient is positive.

If both numbers have different signs (one positive and one negative), the quotient is negative. - Write the quotient with the correct sign.

Example: -12/4 =

- Ignoring the signs, we divide 12 by 4. The result is 3.
- Since -12 and 4 have different signs, the quotient is negative.
- Write the quotient as -3.

So, -12/4 = -3

Example: -24/-6 =

- Ignoring the signs, we divide 24 by 6. The result is 4.
- Since -24 and -6 have the same sign, the quotient is positive.
- Write the quotient as +4 or 4. So, -24/-6 = 4

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to divide integers.

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Divide Integers Worksheet #1 (same sign)

Divide Integers Worksheet #2 (different signs)

Divide Integers Worksheet #3 (same or different signs)

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Integers, 1 less or 1 more

Compare Integers

Add Integers, 2 operands

Add Integers, 3 or more operands

Subtract 2 Integers

Subtract 3 or more Integers

Multiply Integers

Divide Integers

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Divide Integers (1 digit divisor)

Divide Integers (2 digit divisor)

Mixed Operations On Integers

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