2-Digit 3-Digit 4-Digit Random Word Problems

100

4 R2
18 ÷ 4

100

104
624 ÷ 6

100

1,190 R6
8,336 ÷ 7

100

9 R2
74 ÷ 8

100

Each friend received 4 stickers.
Katy had 24 stickers. She divided them evenly among 6 friends. How many stickers did each friend receive?

200

12 R3
51 ÷ 4

200

277 R1
832 ÷ 3

200

2,125 R1
4,251 ÷ 2

200

233 R1
467 ÷ 2

200

Each student received 9 pencils.
The teacher divided 45 pencils evenly among 5 students. How many pencils did each student receive?

300

13 R5
96 ÷ 7

300

99 R2
794 ÷ 8

300

473 R2
2,367 ÷ 5

300

81 R2
488 ÷ 6

300

2 pencils were left over because 74 ÷ 8 = 9 R2
Kevin brought 74 pencils to school for his friends. If he divided them evenly among 8 friends, how many were left over?

400

10 R3
93 ÷ 9

400

104 R3
939 ÷ 9

400

614 R4
3,688 ÷ 6

400

631 R4
3,790 ÷ 6

400

Each friend received 7 cookies and there were 2 cookies left over.
Kim brought 44 cookies to the party. If she divided them evenly among 6 friends, how many cookies did each friend receive? How many cookies were left over?

500

10 R1
81 ÷ 8

500

253
759 ÷ 3

500

1,673 R2
8,367 ÷ 5

500

154 R3
1,081 ÷ 7

500

9 vans are needed because 52 ÷ 6 = 8 R4. (8 vans would be too few...4 people would be left out!!)
There were 52 people waiting to board vans. Each van can hold 6 people. How many vans are needed to fit all of the people?

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