Adding 2 Zeros (Decimal Divisors)

These free dividing with decimals worksheets will help your students deal with division problems that have remainders.  With this problem set, students will arrive at a terminating decimal quotient by adding two zeros to each dividend. Each long division problem contains decimal divisors, so students will have to move the decimal points and add zeros.

These free dividing decimals worksheets are printable and available in a variety of formats.  Examples are included with each worksheet, plus there’s plenty of space for students to show their work.  Of course, answer keys are provided as well.

Decimal Division (Adding Two Zeros) Worksheet 1 – This 12 problem worksheet will provide practice solving decimal division problems with remainders. You will have to add two zeros to each dividend to solve the problem.
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Decimal Division (Adding Two Zeros) Worksheet 2 – This 12 problem worksheet will provide practice solving decimal division problems with remainders. You will have to add two zeros to each dividend to solve the problem.
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Decimal Division (Adding Two Zeros) Worksheet 3 – This 12 problem worksheet will provide practice solving decimal division problems with remainders. You will have to add two zeros to each dividend to solve the problem.
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