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

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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

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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 baskets =

Number of custard apples in a basket = 108 ÷ 9

= 12 apples

Textbook Page No. 75

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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

Is Rakesh correct ? Justify your answer.

Solution:

No, Rakesh is wrong.

Justification:

∴ Quotient = 20

Remainder = 3

Textbook Page No. 78

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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

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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

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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

Answer:

C) 5

Question 2.

Divide 480 by 10, Quotient is

A) 47

B) 48

C) 0

D) 480

Answer:

B) 48

Question 3.

In 384 ÷ 6, dividend is

A) 6

B) 384

C) 64

D) All

Answer:

B) 384

Question 4.

Dividend = Divisor × __________ + Remainder

A) Quotient + 2

B) Quotient × 2

C) Quotient

D) Quotient ÷ 2

Answer:

C) Quotient

Question 5.

In 598 ÷13, Remainder is

A) 0

B) 13

C) 8

D) None

Answer:

A) 0

Question 6.

One apple costs ₹ 24. How much does 20 apples cost ?

A) 400

B) 480

C) 250

D) 240

Answer:

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

Answer:

C) 3

Question 8.

Divide 15 books is equal groups of 5

A) 3

B) 2

C) 5

D) 4

Answer:

A) 3

Question 9.

Repeated subtraction is called

A) Multiplication

B) Division

C) Addition

D) Subtraction

Answer:

B) Division

Question 10.

Remainder when 49 divided by 7

A) 0

B) 2

C) 9

D) 4

Answer:

A) 0