Decimal Division-Decimal Divisors (Tenths into Thousandths)

These free dividing decimals worksheets will help students master the tricky art of decimal division.  Each of the problems below features divisors to the tenths place and dividends to the thousandths place. Students will have to move the decimal one time in both the divisor and the dividend, and all of the answers are terminating decimals.

In order to not scare off math-a-phobes, most divisors are restricted to the 0.1-1.2 range.  Anyone with a basic knowledge of their times tables should do fine.  Just in case, examples and answer keys are provided with each free math worksheet.

Decimal Division Worksheet #1 (Tenths into Thousandths) – This 12 problem worksheet will help students practice dividing decimals. You will be dividing tenths into thousandths.
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Decimal Division Worksheet #2 (Tenths into Thousandths) – This 12 problem worksheet will help students practice dividing decimals. You will be dividing tenths into thousandths.
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Decimal Division Worksheet #3 (Tenths into Thousandths) – This 12 problem worksheet will help students practice dividing decimals. You will be dividing tenths into thousandths.
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