These facts have no remainder and divisors no greater than 12.

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By Deb Russell

Basic division facts require some repetition, usually when a child has mastered the multiplication facts, the division facts come quite easily. Print Worksheet in PDF

These facts have no remainder and divisors no greater than 12.

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