AP Board 4th Class Maths Solutions 6th Lesson Division

Andhra Pradesh AP Board 4th Class Maths Solutions 6th Lesson Division Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

AP State Syllabus 4th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 6 Division

Textbook Page No. 71

Think and Discuss

For a fixed number of papads, if the number of papads in a packet in* creases, then the number of packets.
Solution:
If the number of papads in a packet increases, then the number of packets decreases.

Textbook Page No. 71

Do this

a) If 108 pencils are packed in 9 boxes, then find the number of pencils in each box.
Solution:
Number of pencils = 108
Number of boxes = 9
Number of pencils in each box = 108 ÷ 9

= 12 pencils

b) Kiran arranged 168 chairs from 6 rows equally. How many chairs will be in each row ?
Solution:
Number of chairs = 168
Number of rows = 6
Number of chairs in each row = 168 ÷ 6

= 28 chairs.

Textbook Page No. 73

Do this

1. Find the quotient and remainder in the following divisions.

a) 808 ÷ 8
Solution:
808 ÷ 8

∴ Quotient = 101
Remainder = 0

b) 996 ÷ 6
Solution:
996 ÷ 6

∴ Quotient = 166
Remainder = 0

c) 408 ÷ 3
Solution:
408 ÷ 3

∴ Quotient = 136
Remainder = 0

Question 2.
A fruit seller packed 108 custard apples in 9 baskets. How many custard apples did each basket hold ?
Solution:
Number of custard apples = 108
Number of custard apples in a basket = 108 ÷ 9

= 12 apples

Textbook Page No. 75

Do this

1. Divide and check the result.

a) 509 ÷ 9
Solution:

Dividend = 509
Divisor = 9
Quotient = 56
Remainder = 5

Rule:
Dividend = (Divisor × Quotient) + Remainder
509 = (9 × 56) + 5
509 = 504 + 5 = 509

b) 721 ÷ 8
Solution:

Dividend = 721
Divisor = 8
Quotient = 90
Remainder = 1

Rule:
Dividend = (Divisor × Quotient) + Remainder
721 = (8 × 90) + 1
721 = 720 + 1 = 721

2. Find the quotient and remainder in the following division problems.

a) 479 ÷ 8
Solution:

Quotient = 59
Remainder = 7

b) 983 ÷ 5
Solution:

Quotient = 59
Remainders = 7

c) 843 ÷ 3
Solution:

Quotient = 281
Remainder = 0

Try this

Question 1.
240 and 176 are divisible by 16. Can their difference also be divisible by 16 ?
Solution:
Difference = 240 – 176
= 64

64 ÷ 16 = 4
∴ Difference also be divisible by 16

Question 2.
Divide 180 by 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. What do you observe ?
Solution:
Dividend = 180
Divisors = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8

Observation :
180 is divided by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 exactly In each case 1 got remainder is ‘0’.

Exercise – 6.1

Question 1.
If the cost of each pen is ₹ 6, then how many pens can we get for ₹ 864 ?
Solution:
Cost of each pen = 6
Amount we have = 864
Number of pens we get = 864 ÷ 6

= 144 pens

Question 2.
8 pupils went went to circus and they paid ₹ 360 for tickets. What is the cost of each ticket ?
Solution:
Number of pupils went to circus = 8
Paid amount to tickets = 360

Question 3.
One sheet of brown paper is needed to cover 6 note books. How many brown sheets are required to cover 114 such books ?
Solution:
Number of notebooks covered by brown sheet = 6
Total books we have = 114
Number of brown sheets required = 114÷ 6

= 19 sheets

4. Fill the boxes with suitable number.

a)

Solution:

b)

Solution:

Question 5.
A drum has 500 litres of water. How many 20 litre cans can be filled with water ?
Solution:
Capacity of drums = 500 ltrs
Capacity of can = 20 ltrs
Number of cans required 500 ÷ 20

= 25 cans

Question 6.
Total bus fare from Vijayanagaram to Visakhapatnam for 9 people is 540. What is the bus fare for each person ?
Solution:
Number of people in the bus = 9
Total fare from Vijayanagaram to Visakhapatnam = ₹ 540
Bus fare for each person = ₹ 540 ÷ 9

= ₹ 60

Question 7.
183 ÷ 9 Rakesh did this problem like this

Quotient = 2
Remainder = 3
Solution:
No, Rakesh is wrong.
Justification:

∴ Quotient = 20
Remainder = 3

Textbook Page No. 78

Do this

1. Find the quotient and the remainder for the following and check your answer.

a) 309 ÷ 15
Solution:

Quotient = 9
Remainder = 20

Checking:
Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder
309 = 15 × 20 + 9
= 300 + 9 = 309

b) 768 ÷ 19
Solution:

Quotient = 40
Remainder = 8

Checking:
Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder
768 = 19 × 40 + 8
= 760 + 8 = 768

c) 422 ÷ 24
Solution:

Quotient = 7
Remainder = 14

Checking :
Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder
422 = 24 × 17 + 14
= 408 + 14 = 422

d) 849 ÷ 42
Solution:

Quotient = 20
Remainder = 9

Checking:
Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder
849 = 42 × 20 + 9
= 840 + 9 = 849

Question 2.
A garment vendor packs 24 T-shirts in a box. If he had 886 T-shirts, how many boxes are required to pack and how many T-shirts would remain unpacked ?
Solution:
Number of T-shirts in a box = 24
Total T.shirts = 886
Number of boxes required = 886 ÷ 24

= 22 boxes
Number of unpacked T-shirts = 22

Textbook Page No. 80

Do this

Guess the remainder and quotient without actual division.

a) 649 ÷ 10
Solution:
649 ÷ 10 = 600
Quotient = 600
Remainder = 49

b) 989 ÷ 100
Solution:
989 ÷ 100 = 900
Quotient = 900
Remainder = 89

c) 701 ÷ 100
Solution:
701 ÷ 100 = 700
Quotient = 700
Remainder = 1

d) 683 ÷ 100
Solution:
683 ÷ 100
Quotient = 600
Remainder = 83

Exercise – 6.2

Question 1.
Dasu needs 3 oranges to make a glass of orange juice. How many glasses of orange juice can be make with 240 oranges ?
Solution:
Number of organges required to make a glass of juice = 3
Number of oranges we have = 240
Number of glasses will make = 240 ÷ 3

= 80 glasses

Question 2.
The cost of a mango is ₹ 15. How many mangoes can be purchased for ₹ 210 ?
Cost of a mango is = ₹ 15
Money we have = ₹ 210
Number of mangoes we can be purchased = 210 ÷ 15

= 14 mangoes

Question 3.
The earth takes 24 hours to complete One rotation. How many rotations can it make in 144 hours ?
Solution:
Number of hours to complete one rotation = 24 hrs
Number of hours we have = 144 hrs
Number of rotations = 144 ÷ 24

= 6 rotations

Question 4.
A school bus can accommodate 50 children. How many such buses are needed to accommodate 250 children ?
Solution:
Capacity of school bus = 50 children
Number of children = 250
Number of buses required = 250 ÷ 50

= 5 buses

Question 5.
160 children get into teams of 4. How many such teams can they form ?
Solution:
No. of children in each team = 4
Number of children in Total = 160
Number of teams = 160 ÷ 4

= 40 teams

Question 6.
How many weeks make 126 days ?
Solution:
Number of days in a week = 7
Number of days in week = 126
Number of weeks = 126 ÷ 7

= 18 weeks

Question 7.
Sanju bought 360 crayons in packets of 15 each. How many packets of crayons did Sanju buy ?
Solution:
Number of crayons in each packet = 15
Sanju have crayons = 360
Number of packets Sanju bought
= 360 ÷ 5

= 24 packets

8. Fill in the missing digits in the division and find the quotient and the remainder.

a)

Quotient = ____________
Remainder = ___________
Solution:

Quotient = 16
Remainder = 20

b)

Quotient = ____________
Remainder = ___________
Solution:

Quotient = 14
Remainder = 9

Question 9.
Rani did the problem in way.

Quotient = 2
Remainder = 18
Is it correct ? Justify.
Solution:
It is wrong.
Justification:

Quotient = 21
Remainder = 1

Question 10.
A small scale industry made 750 candles in a week. The candles were packed in a packet of 12 each. How many packets were made and how many candles were left behind ?
Solution:
Number of candles made in a week = 750
Number of candles packed in a packet = 12
Number of candles were made = 750 ÷ 12

= 62 packets
∴ Number of candles left = 6

Textbook Page No. 83

Try this

7 + 7 + 7 + 7 × 7 – 7
Solution:
Given that 7 + 7 ÷ 7 + 7 × 7 – 7
By applying “DMAS” rule
= 7 + 1 + 7 × 7 – 7 {∵ 7 ÷ 7 = 1}
= 7 + 1 + 49 – 7 {∵ 7 × 7 = 49}
= 57 – 7 {∵ 7+ 1 + 49 = 57}
= 50

Exercise – 6.3

Question 1.
168 ÷ 8 + 5 × 12 – 38
Solution:
Given that 168 ÷ 8 + 5 × 12 – 38
By applying “DMAS” rule
= 21 + 5 × 12    {∵ 168 ÷8 = 21}
= 21 + 60 = 81   {∵ 5 × 12 = 60}

Question 2.
412 – 108 + 315 ÷ 45 × 157
Solution:
Given that 412 – 108 + 315 ÷ 45 × 157
By applying “DMAS” rule
= 412 – 108 + 7 × 157   {∵ 315 ÷ 45 = 7}
= 412 – 108+ 1099    {∵ 412 + 1099 = 1511}
= 1511 – 108    {∵ 1511 – 108 = 1403}
= 1403

Question 3.
476 ÷ 14 × 24 – 504 + 132
Solution:
Given that 476 ÷ 14 × 24 – 504 + 132
By applying “DMAS” rule
= 34 × 24 – 504 + 132   {∵ 476 ÷ 14 = 34}
= 816 – 504 + 132   {∵ 34 × 24 = 816}
= 948 – 504    {∵ 816+ 132 = 948}
= 444

Question 4.
482 – 412 + 276 ÷ 12 × 204
Solution:
Given that 482 – 412 + 276 ÷ 12 × 204
By applying “DMAS” rule
482 – 412 + 276 ÷ 12 × 204   {∵ 276 ÷ 12 = 23}
= 482 – 412 + 23 + 4692    {∵ 23 × 204 = 4693}
= 5197 – 412
= 4785

Question 5.
128 + 125 ÷ 25 × 26 – 127
Solution:
Given that 128 + 125 ÷ 25 × 26 – 127
By applying “DMAS” rule
128 + 5 × 26 – 127 {∵ 125 + 25 = 5}
= 128 + 130 – 127 {∵ 5 × 26 = 130}
= 258 – 127
= 131

Multiple Choice Questions

Question 1.
In 602 ÷ 5, divisor is
A) 120
B) 602
C) 5
D) All
C) 5

Question 2.
Divide 480 by 10, Quotient is
A) 47
B) 48
C) 0
D) 480
B) 48

Question 3.
In 384 ÷ 6, dividend is
A) 6
B) 384
C) 64
D) All
B) 384

Question 4.
Dividend = Divisor × __________ + Remainder
A) Quotient + 2
B) Quotient × 2
C) Quotient
D) Quotient ÷ 2
C) Quotient

Question 5.
In 598 ÷13, Remainder is
A) 0
B) 13
C) 8
D) None
A) 0

Question 6.
One apple costs ₹ 24. How much does 20 apples cost ?
A) 400
B) 480
C) 250
D) 240
B) 480

Question 7.
There are 18 Balloons. If we give 6 balloons to each child, to how many children can we give these balloons ?
A) 18
B) 6
C) 3
D) 0
C) 3

Question 8.
Divide 15 books is equal groups of 5
A) 3
B) 2
C) 5
D) 4
A) 3

Question 9.
Repeated subtraction is called
A) Multiplication
B) Division