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### Division of Integers Worksheet with Answers

**I. Evaluate the following
**i. -247 Ã· 19

ii. 176 Ã· -22

iii. -375 Ã· -3

iv. 580 Ã· 2

**Solution:**

i.

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Here one integer is negative and another integer is positive.

The quotient is negative.

Divide -247 by 19.

Therefore, By dividing -247 with 19 we get the quotient as -13.

ii.

Here one integer is negative and another integer is positive.

The quotient is negative.

Divide 176 by -22.

Therefore, By dividing the 176 by -22 the quotient is -8.

iii.Â

Here both the integers are negative.

The quotient is positive.

Divide -375 by -3.

Therefore, By dividing -375 by -3 the quotient is +125.

iv.

Here both the integers are positive.

The quotient is positive.

Divide 580 by 2.

Therefore, By dividing 580 with 2 we get the quotient 290.

**II. Find the missing integers
**i. _______ Ã·-5=30

ii. 216 Ã·____=12

iii. 687 Ã· 3=____

iv. ______ Ã· 4=20

**Solution:**

i. For finding the missing integer i.e. dividend, multiply divisor, and quotient.

i.e. multiply -5 with 30.i.e. -5 Ã— 30=-150

Therefore, the missing integer is -150.

ii. For finding the missing integer i.e. divisor, divide dividend by quotient.

i.e. divide 216 with 12. i.e. 216 Ã· 12=18

Therefore, the missing integer isÂ 18.

iii. For finding the missing integer, divide 687 with 3.

we get 229 as the quotient.

Therefore, the missing integer is 229.

iv. For finding the missing integer i.e. dividend, multiply divisor, and quotient.

i.e. multiply 4 with 20.i.e. 4 Ã— 20=80

Therefore, the missing integer is 80.

**III. **If a=3, b=-15, c=5 find the value of (a Ã— b) Ã· c

**Solution:**

Given,

a=3, b=-15, c=5

(a Ã— b)=(3 Ã— -15)=-45

(a Ã— b) Ã· c =-45 Ã· 5

=-9

Therefore, (a Ã— b) Ã· c =-9.

**IV. Write TRUE or FALSE
**i. 0 Ã·8=0

ii. 18 Ã· 9=0

iii. 281Ã· 0=3

iv. (-10) Ã·(-5)=3

v. 15 Ã·5=2

**Solution:**

i. True

ii. True

iii. False

iv. False

v. False

**V. **380 fruits are to be arranged in the box. These fruits are to be arranged in rows. If there are 10 rows in total, how many fruits are there in one row?

**Solution:**

Given,

Total no. of fruits in the box=380

No. of rows=10

No. of fruits in one row=380 Ã·10=38.

Hence, there are 38 fruits in the row.

**VI. **Jahnavi and Madhavi are two friends. They participated in a quiz. Points lost for each wrong Answer are -3. The total no. of points lost by Jahnavi is -36. The total no. of points lost by Madhavi is -54 points. How many questions do Jahnavi and Madhavi answer wrongly and which one answers the more questions wrongly?

**Solution:**

Given,

Points lost for each wrong answer is -3.

The total no. of points lost by Jahnavi is -36.

The total no. of points lost by Madhavi is -54 points.

To find the number of incorrect answers, divide the total points lost by the number of points lost per the wrong answer.

Jahnavi answered questions wrongly=-36 Ã· -3=12

Madhavi answered questions wrongly=-54 Ã· -3=18

18>12

Therefore, Madhavi answered more questions wrongly.

**VII. **If the temperature changed at a rate of -2Â°C per hour, then after how many hours did the temperature reached -14Â°C?

**Solution:**

Given,

Temperature change=-2Â°C per hour

No. of hours for the temperature to reach from -2Â°CÂ toÂ -14Â°C is=-14Â°C/-2Â°C

=7 hours

Hence, For 7 hours the temperature reached -2Â°C to -14Â°C.

**VIII. **Three friends each have their own savings. They borrow Rs1080 from their parents for flight tickets. Each brother must pay back an equal share of this amount. Also, the youngest brother owes his parents Rs150. By how much will the youngest brotherâ€™s savings change after he pays his parents?

**Solution:**

Given,

Three friends borrowed from their parents=Rs -1080

Each brother must pay back an equal share of this amount=Rs -1080/3=-360

The youngest brother owes his parents =Rs-150

Then add -150 to one of these equal parts.

Change to younger brother savings=-360 +(-150)=-360-150=-510

Therefore, the younger brother’s savings will be decreased byÂ Rs 510.

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