Word Problems of Division up to 12, Fourth Grade Test

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This math test is for fourth grade students. It consists of word problems focused on division operation. This division only ranges up to 12.
Question 1
A farmer had 72 potatoes. He arranged them in sacks such that each sack had 6 potatoes. How many sacks did he need?
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Question 2
At checkout, each counter had a queue of 7 customers. If there were 42 customers, how many counters were there?
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Question 3
A food supplier supplies to 54 stores. If there are 9 stores on one route, how many routes are there in total?
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Question 4
There are 66 students in 6 classrooms. How many students are there in each classroom?
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Question 5
48 pupils are seated in 4 columns. How many pupils are there in each column?
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Question 6
Amanda wants to share 32 chocolate bars amongst 4 friends. How many chocolate bars will each friend get?
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Question 7
A train takes 49 hours to cover 7 equally distant checkpoints. How many hours will the train take to cover one checkpoint?
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Question 8
A question paper has 30 questions on 3 subjects. How many questions are there for each subject?
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Question 9
40 passengers board airplanes on an airport in 5 hours. How many passengers board in one hour?
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Question 10
From an office printer, 121 pages are printed in 11 hours. How many pages are printed in one hour?
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