# Whole Number Division with Decimal Quotients

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There are six sets of divide decimals worksheets.
Divide Decimals by 10, 100, 1000
Divide Decimals by Powers of 10 (eg. 74.2 ÷ 103)
Divide Whole Numbers to give Decimal Quotients
Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (without rounding)
Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (with rounding)
Divide Decimals by Decimals (with & without rounding)

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 5 students learn how to divide a whole number by whole number and get a decimal answer (quotient) by adding zeroes to the dividend. Include dividing decimals word problems.

### How to divide whole numbers with decimal answers?

1. Set up the division problem: Write the whole number you want to divide as the dividend, and write the divisor outside the division bracket.
2. Write a decimal point in the dividend and a zero in the tenths place of the dividend.
3. Divide, you can add more zeros in the dividend and continue dividing, if necessary.
4. Write the quotient, including the decimal point in the appropriate place.

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to divide whole numbers by whole numbers with decimal quotients.

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There are three sets of divide whole numbers with decimal quotients worksheets:

• Division with 1 decimal place quotients.
• Division with 2 decimal place quotients.
• Division with 1 or 2 decimal place quotients.

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There are three sets of divide whole numbers with decimal quotients worksheets.
Divide Whole Numbers with Decimal Quotients Worksheet #1 (1 decimal place quotients)
Divide Whole Numbers with Decimal Quotients Worksheet #2 (2 decimal place quotients)
Divide Whole Numbers with Decimal Quotients Worksheet #3 (1 or 2 decimal place quotients)

### Divide Whole Numbers with Decimal Quotients Word Problems

1. A rectangular field has an area of 23 square meters. If its length is 2 meters, what is the width of the field?
2. John bought a 7-meter-long piece of fabric. He wants to cut it into 4 equal pieces. How long will be each piece?
3. Lisa wants to distribute 6 kilograms of apples equally into 4 bags. What would be the weight of each bag?

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