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Fact Family Triangle (multiply/divide)

Division using Multiplication Facts (2 to 5)

Divide using Multiplication Facts (6 to 10)

Division Facts (Random Order)

Multiply or Divide by 0 or 1

Division using Distributive Property

Free printable and online math worksheets to help you learn division (divide by 6,7,8,9,10). You can either print the worksheets (pdf) or practice online.

**How to learn division facts using multiplication facts or multiplication tables?**

Learning division facts using multiplication involves recognizing the inverse relationship between division and multiplication.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you learn division facts using multiplication:

- Understand the Inverse Relationship:

Realize that division and multiplication are inverse operations. Division is the process of sharing or grouping, while multiplication is the process of repeated addition. - Know the Multiplication Table:

Ensure you have a solid understanding of the multiplication table up to at least 10. Familiarity with multiplication facts will make learning division facts easier. - Identify the Relationship:

Recognize that division facts can be derived from the multiplication table. For example, if 4×6=24, then 24÷6=4. - Focus on Fact Families:

Group multiplication and division facts into fact families. For example, if you know 7×8=56, then you also know 56÷7=8 and 56÷8=7. - Practice Pairs of Facts:

Practice multiplication and division facts together. For instance, if you are learning 9÷3=3, also practice 3×3=9 to reinforce the connection. - Employ Mental Math Strategies:

Develop mental math strategies for quick recall. For example, if you know 8×7=56, you can quickly recall that 56÷7=8 by reversing the operation.

By consistently practicing these strategies, you’ll strengthen your ability to recall division facts using multiplication. Consistent practice, along with understanding the relationships between multiplication and division, will contribute to faster and more accurate recall of division facts.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to relate division and multiplication facts.

Then, practice using the following worksheets.

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

Scroll down the page for more **Divide using Multiplication Facts Worksheets**.

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Divide using Multiplication Facts of 6 #1

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 6 #2

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 6 #3

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 7 #1

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 7 #2

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 7 #3

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 8 #1

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 8 #2

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 8 #3

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 9 #1

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 9 #2

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 9 #3

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 10 #1

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 10 #2

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 10 #3

Division using Multiplication Facts (2 to 5)

Division Facts (Random Order)

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Divide using Multiplication Facts of 6

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 7

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 8

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 9

Divide using Multiplication Facts of 10

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