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# Pick-a-Bar: 2-Digit Numbers Divided by 1-Digit Word Problems

This activity was designed to help you practice division. You're going to see a variety of word problems that ask you to divide two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers. All of the questions combine random values. You might get something easy like "16 ÷ 2" or something harder like "69 ÷ 3." Remember that they are just the same as problems with numbers, just a little wordy.

Good luck and have fun.

## Directions

This is one of the NumberNut four-card activities. Your question will be displayed at the top of the screen. Under that question, you will see four (4) possible answers. Just click on the card with the correct answer. The next screen will show you the correct answer.

You get a happy face for every correct answer and a sad face for every wrong answer. The quiz is over after ten (10) questions. Take the quiz again and again because all of the questions are random. Chances are, you'll get a new quiz every time. It's good practice to learn these basic arithmetic operations.

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