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Division worksheets for doubles plus one for all doubles less than 100 (Worksheets are progressive).

The worksheets in this section are meant to develop special fluency related to doubling numbers, and identifing the remainders of doubled numbers. Wnile this superficially seems like a very simple edge case for division, the skills developed solving these problems allows students to quickly identify the remainders for basic facts without performing the series of steps necessary to do a full long division calculation. Practice with these worksheets can make a useful introduction to remainders, and also create a singificant level of confidence for solving simple division with remainder problems without necessarily requiring the full long division algorithm.