Long division – hard
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Question 1 of 24
1. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1104 Ã· 16.
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Question 2 of 24
2. Question
Jim is payed Â£2,095.91 every 31 days for his job. Using long division, how much is he paid weekly?
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Question 3 of 24
3. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1404 Ã· 36.
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Question 4 of 24
4. Question
Work out: 1269 Ã· 27. You must use long division.
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Question 5 of 24
5. Question
Work out: 1599 Ã· 41. You must use long division.
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Question 6 of 24
6. Question
Work out: 1128 Ã· 12. You must use long division.
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Question 7 of 24
7. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1862 Ã· 38.
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Question 8 of 24
8. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1008 Ã· 28.
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Question 9 of 24
9. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1581 Ã· 51.
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Question 10 of 24
10. Question
Emily has 24 boxes that she must fill with an equal number of products. All together she has 1152 products. Use long division to find out how many products are in each box.
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Question 11 of 24
11. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1064 Ã· 56.
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Question 12 of 24
12. Question
Liam is wanting to buy a train ticket for each of his 43 friends. The total cost of the tickets is Â£3,655. Using long division, what is the cost of a single ticket?
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Question 13 of 24
13. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 855 Ã· 19.
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Question 14 of 24
14. Question
Fiona is packing pens into boxes to send off. He has 1280 pens and each box can hold 40 pens. How many boxes will she have to buy to pack all the pens.
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Question 15 of 24
15. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 1440 Ã· 32.
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Question 16 of 24
16. Question
Mr Middleton buys his class of 31 tickets to go on a boat for a school trip. All together it costs him Â£1085. Using long division, work out how much each child owes him.
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Question 17 of 24
17. Question
Work out 952 Ã· 17, using long division.
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Question 18 of 24
18. Question
A school has to buy 9 textbooks for each student for their subjects. The school order 1305 textbooks. Using long division, work out the number of students who are at the school.
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Question 19 of 24
19. Question
Work out 969 Ã· 51, using long division.
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Question 20 of 24
20. Question
Mr Jackson bulk buys 38 items. The total cost of the 38 items is Â£1558 and each item costs the same. Using long division, what is the cost of one item?
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Question 21 of 24
21. Question
Work out 1702 Ã· 23, using long division
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Question 22 of 24
22. Question
23 paints are needed to produce a paint pack. A shop owns 1173 paints. How many paint packs can the shop produce? Use long division to work out your answer.
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Question 23 of 24
23. Question
Use long division to work out the following sum: 990 Ã· 22.
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Question 24 of 24
24. Question
Dr. Harris asks for a loan of Â£3,178.12. He pays the bank back the same amount every day for 62 days until he pays off his debt. Use long division to find out how much he pays every day.
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