# Use mental and written strategies to divide a number with three or more digits by a one-digit divisor where there is no remainder, including: dividing the hundreds, then the tens, and then the ones, using the formal algorithm

1. | Division chain: 100 / 2 / 5 = ? | |

2. | My Fair Sharer: 100, 24, 28 / 4 | |

3. | My Fair Sharer: 250, 40, 100 / 5 | |

4. | Poodle Capers: Lord Percibald's poodles - $640 for 2 = ? each | |

5. | Head Quarters: One half & one quarter of 100 | |

6. | My Fair Sharer: write the answers after each number has been divided | |

7. | Number detectives: 250/5=? | |

8. | Same or different: Click all the boxes where the answer is the same. | |

9. | Football Fever: $680/8 | |

10. | Divide a hundred 360/*=9 120/3=* | |

11. | Divide a hundred 270/*=3 420/6=* | |

12. | Division Chains | |

13. | Division Chain: Three- and four-digit numbers | |

14. | Division Chain: Three- and four-digit numbers | |

15. | Division Chain: Three- and four-digit numbers | |

16. | Dividing Hundreds: Divide a 3-digit ten multiple by a 2-digit ten multiple | |

17. | Dollar Shares: Half of $100 |