**Division Sums for Class 4**

**Division sums for class 4** play a vital role in strengthening the maths
concepts. After studying the concepts of mathematics, revision of questions
related to that particular topic is very important for the students. This
assesses the preparation of the students. Students can assess themselves by its
own by solving the worksheets problems. Parents and teachers can also assess
the students by giving them these worksheets to the students to solve.

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**Division Sums for Class 4**

**1. **Divide and check
your answer.

a. 4376 ÷ 3 = _________

b. 2485
÷ 14 = _________

c. 658 ÷ 21 = __________

d. 576 ÷ 12 =__________

e. 6874 ÷ 17 = _________

f. 3854 ÷ 6 =__________

g. 457 ÷ 11 = ___________

h. 6320
÷ 8 =___________

**2.** Find the
quotient and the remainder.

a. 635 ÷ 10 =_______ ______

b. 7005 ÷ 100 = _____ _______

c. 8259 ÷ 1000 =______ ______

d. 724 ÷ 10 =_______ ________

**3.** In a library, 7608 books are packed in 12 cartons. How many books
are packed in each carton?

**4.** Divide the
following.

a. 4537 ÷ 6

b. 8479 ÷ 8

c. 5496 ÷ 5

d. 7398 ÷ 3

**5.** In a school assembly, 256 students are asked to stand in 15 rows.
Each row should have the same number of students. How many students are there
in each row? How many students are left?

**6.** A
school building had 4 floors with equal number of children on each floor. If
there were 6900 children, how many children were there on each floor?

**7.** Five paper strips together make a design. How many similar designs
can be made with 2645 paper strips?

**8.** 8145
roses are to be packed equally into 9 crates. How many roses were packed in
each crate?

**9.** Find the quotient and remainder.

a. 7546 ÷ 15 = ________

b. 68591 ÷ 4 = ________

c. 805 ÷ 15 = ________

d. 6245 ÷ 5 = _________

**10.** If
Rs 7635
is to be divided equally among 5 people, how much will each person get?

**Division Sums for Class 4**

**1.** 4205
earthen lamps were arranged in such a way that 20 lamps were packed in each box
and 5 were left. Use this information to answer the questions below.

a. 4205 ÷ 20 gives Quotient = ______ and
Remainder = ______

b. 20 × ______ +
______ = 4205

c. 210 × 20 =
______

**2. **Find the
quotient and remainder.

a. 740 ÷ 10

b. 7328 ÷ 100

c. 9973 ÷ 1000

d. 468 ÷ 100

**3.** Find the quotient and the remainder.

a. 4000 ÷ 100 = _______

b. 2000 ÷ 1000 = __________

c. 60000 ÷ 10 =_________

d. 27327 ÷ 1000 = __________

e. 47647 ÷ 100 = ________

f. 38757 ÷ 1000 =____________

**4.** Divide the
following.

a. 1640 ÷ 4

b. 6568 ÷ 6

c. 8887 ÷ 8

**5.** A group of 4383 children went for trekking. There they formed
groups of 100 for doing group activities. How many groups did they form? How
many children were left?

**6.** Check the
division for the following answers and write ‘T’ for true or ‘F’ for false.

a. 488 ÷ 9 → 54 (Q) and 2 (R) ________

b.
709 ÷ 8 → 88 (Q) and 5 (R)_________

c. 1176 ÷ 6 → 195 (Q) and 5 (R)_________

**7.** A club collected a fee of Rs 52700 from 100
students. How much did each student pay to the club?

**8.** Fill in the blanks.

a. 798 ÷ 100 gives Quotient = _________
and Remainder = _________ .

b. 906 ÷ 100 gives Quotient = _________
and Remainder = _________ .

c.
_________ ÷ 100 gives Quotient = 3 and Remainder = 41.

d. 5684 ÷ 1000 gives Quotient = _________
and Remainder = _________ .

e. 8123 ÷ 1000 gives Quotient = _________ and Remainder = _________

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet 1**

1. a. Q = 1458; R = 2

b. Q = 177; R = 7

c. Q = 31; R = 7

d.
Q = 48; R = 0

e. Q = 404; R = 6

f. Q
= 642; R = 2

g. Q = 41; R = 6

h. Q = 790; R
= 0

2. a. Q = 63; R = 5

b. Q = 70; R = 5

c. Q = 8; R = 259

d. Q = 72; R = 4

3. 634 books

4. a. Q = 756; R = 1

b. Q = 1059; R = 7

c. Q = 1099; R = 1

d. Q
= 2466; R = 0

5. 17 students in each row; 1 student is
left

6. 1725 students

7. 529 designs

8. 905 roses

9. a. Q = 503; R = 1

b. Q = 17147; R = 3

c. Q = 53; R = 10

d. Q = 1249;
R = 0

10. ₹ 1527

**Worksheet 2**

1. a. Q = 210; R = 5

b. 210; 5

c. 4200

2. a. Q = 74; R = 0

b. Q = 73; R = 28

c. Q = 9; R = 973

d. Q = 4; R = 68

3. a. Q = 40; R = 0

b. Q = 2; R = 0

c. Q = 6000; R = 0

d. Q = 27;
R = 327

e. Q = 476; R = 47

f. Q = 38;
R = 757

4. a. Q = 410; R = 0

b. Q = 1094; R = 4

c. Q = 1110; R = 7

5. 43 groups; 83 children left

6. a. T b. T c. F

7. ₹ 527

8. a. Q = 7; R = 98

b. Q = 9; R = 6

c. 341

d. Q = 5; R = 684

e. Q =
8; R = 123

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