Basic Division Level 4Test your division skills with this selfmarking exercise to do without a calculator. 
This is level 4: divide a four digit number by a single digit number (most with remainders).
Do your working out neatly in your exercise book then type your answers below. If you are not very confident starting this exercise press the this button: Practise
This is Basic Division Level 4. You can also try:
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Level 1  Divide a two digit number by a single digit number mentally (no remainders)
Level 2  Divide a two digit number by a single digit number (with remainders)
Level 3  Divide a three digit number by a single digit number (most with remainders)
Level 4  Divide a four digit number by a single digit number (most with remainders)
Level 5  Divide a four digit number by a two digit number (most with remainders)
Level 6  Divide a four digit number by a one or two digit number where the answer has up to two decimal places
Level 7  Divide a four digit number by a one or two digit number where the answer has to be rounded to two decimal places
Level 8  Worded questions requiring interpretation of remainders appropriate for the context
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Wednesday, September 23, 2015
"Here is a good application of division for the inquisitive pupil. Think of a three digit number that has all three digits the same. Divide the number by the sum of the digits. Try some other similar three digit numbers. Interesting isn't it?"