# Division Word Problems (2-Digit by 1-Digit) (Grade 4)

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## Division Word Problems (2-Digit by 1-Digit)

1.

Sally has 57 beads. If she wants to split the beads evenly between her 4 friends, how many beads will she have left over?

- 1
- 98
- 25
- 4

2.

Every year the city of San Marcos holds a Cinco de Mayo festival. If 60 students perform in 5 groups, how many students are in each group?

- 10 students
- 12 students
- 25 students
- 55 students

3.

A puppet theater has 56 seats. There are 7 rows, each with the same number of seats. How many seats are in each row?

- 8
- 12
- 49
- 63

4.

Which story could be solved with [math]64 -:8[/math]?

- Tim used all but 8 of the 64 nails. How many nails were used?
- Mrs. Pemberton bought 64 bags of hotdog buns for the picnic. Each bag had 8 buns. How many buns did she buy?
- Alex made 64 placemats. If he makes 8 more, how many placemats will he have made?
- Jeff has 64 ounces of juice. Each glass holds 8 ounces. How many glasses can he have?

5.

A florist has 49 flowers. She ties 3 flowers together in each bunch. If she makes as many bunches of 3 flowers as possible, how many flowers are left over?

- 1
- 15
- 2
- 16

6.

A librarian has 90 books to put into boxes. Each box holds 6 books. How many books will be left over after 15 boxes are filled?

- 0
- 2
- 4
- 6

7.

A classroom has 32 desks arranged in 4 rows of desks. Each row has an equal number of desks. How many desks are in each row?

- 6
- 7
- 8
- 9

8.

If 14 parents want to go on the field trip and each car holds 6 people, how many cars will they need?

- 2
- 3
- 4
- 5

9.

Farmer Brown has 82 pumpkin seeds to plant in his garden. He wants to plant the seeds in rows of 6. How many full rows will he make?

- 13
- 14
- 23
- 24

10.

The baseball coach has 96 baseballs to share equally among 9 players. How many baseballs will be left?

- 6
- 8
- 9
- 10

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