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1 YEAR 4 Copy Masters
2 a) How many circles are in the diagram? b) What is the total amount? c) Nine hundred and thirty seven d) e) 6 hundreds + 8 tens + 3 units a) b) c) d) e) H T U LP 1/4
3 { 6, 10, 54, 109, 468, 893, 1000, 1302, 1517, 1999 } a) b) Even numbers Odd numbers 4digits Not 4digits c) d) Has the digit 1 Has no digit 1 Not greater than 1000 Greater than 1000 LP1/6
4 a) 7 hundred + 1 thousand + 3 units hundreds + 3 units one thousand seven hundred and thousand + 70 tens + 3 units b) tens + 4 units one thousand, four hundred and thirty one hundreds + 34 LP 2/2
5 1 100 D C M L I V LP 2/7
6 b) Number Next 100 smaller greater Rounded to nearest LP 3/5 a) Number Next 10 smaller greater Rounded to nearest
7 a g = 205 = 490 b h = 640 = 250 c i = 432 = 1075 d j = 278 = 500 e k = 486 = 1200 f l = 1005 = LP 3/6
8 5, 100, 909, 0, 217, 1000, 13, 352, 1215, 60, 834, 1605, 78, 900, 1780 The number is even odd divisible by 5 not divisible by 5 LP 3/ LP 4/1
9 Start Input ordinal number Divide it by 3 Is there a remainder? NO YES Is the remainder 1? YES NO End LP 4/3
10 Number Rounded to the nearest: ten hundred thousand LP 4/8
11 A B A: C D B: C: D: Natural numbers A C A: C: LP 4/9
12 LP 5/2
13 Th + 5H 250 MML CCL 2H + 5U Th + 5T MMD LP 5/3
14 Finlay: H T U Glen: E: LP 6/2a
15 Had: H T U Spent: E: LP 6/2b
16 LP 6/3
17 a) E: C: b) E: C: c) E: C: LP 6/4
18 We had: We bought: E: 232 C: Check: LP 6/5 E: C: Check: LP 6/6
19 means and means LP 6/7 a) E: b) E: c) E: LP 7/5
20 a) E: C: Check: Check: b) E: C: Check: Check: LP 7/6 a) b) c) d) LP 7/7
21 I thought of a number, then added 900. The result was a number less than a) The number I first thought of must be less than 100. b) The number I first thought of must be less than 99. c) The number I first thought of could be equal to 99. d) The number I first thought of cannot be more than 99. e) The number I first thought of could be equal to 10. f) The number I first thought of cannot be 100. LP 7/8
22 a) b) LP 8/1
23 a) 1000 b) LP 8/4 a) = = = = = = = + = b) = = = = = = = + = LP 8/5
24 a) = = = b) = = = c) = = = d) = = = LP 8/6
25 a) = b) = 89 + (45 28) = 197 ( ) = ( ) 28 = (197 54) + 28 = c) = d) = 360 (4 2) = 120 (8 4) = (360 4) 2 = (120 8) 4 = LP 9/3
26 a b a + b LP 9/4 x y x y N.B Use for demonstration only LP 9/5
27 LP 9/6 a b c a = b = c = LP 10/4
28 a) b) LP 10/2
29 a) b) LP 11/4
30 LP 12/1
31 a) b) c) d) 5 = 0 10 = 70 6 = 42 7 = 56 e) f) g) h) 1 = 8 9 = 9 7 = 49 9 = 72 i) j) k) l) 18 = 6 5 = 7 25 = 5 8 = 0 m) n) o) p) 9 = 6 48 = 6 9 = 3 0 = 5 LP 12/3
32 a) a b a = b = b) x y x = y = c) u v u = v = d) m n m = n = LP 12/6
33 a) < : b) < < : < LP 13/5
34 a) = b) = c) = d) = e) = f) = LP 13/6 a) = b) = c) = d) ( ) 7 = e) = f) 1200 (9 5) = LP 13/7
35 a) shorter way b) shorter way LP 14/3
36 a) E: E: E: E: b) E: E: E: E: LP 14/4
37 LP 14/5
38 a) E: b) E: c) E: H T U H T U H T U Check: Check: Check: H T U H T U H T U LP 14/6
39 0, 9, 103, 99, 6, 49, 160, 669, 60, 20, 207, 900, 63, 2007, 450 The number is even odd divisible by 9 not divisible by 9 LP 15/3
40 a) 6 7 b) 9 c) 9 8 d) LP 15/ Half of ( ) 2 ( ) 9 1Th + 8T + 2U LP 15/5
41 a) 36 + = 86 b) + 57 = 97 c) 84 = 14 d) 30 = 42 e) = 286 f) = 397 g) 584 = 514 h) 30 = 442 i) = 686 j) = 597 k) 584 = 314 l) = 442 LP 16/1
42 a) 3 = 150 b) 60 = 180 c) 9 = 180 d) 70 = 560 e) 40 = 800 f) 4 = 100 g) 250 = 1000 h) 20 = 700 i) 320 = 40 j) 450 = 9 k) 6 = 50 l) 70 = 6 LP 16/2
43 a) H T U b) H T U c) H T U Check: Check: Check: H T U H T U H T U LP 16/6
44 a) b) c) d) LP 16/7
45 LP 17/1
46 a) b) c) d) LP 17/4 a) b) c) d) LP 17/5
47 1 min 7 min.? 420 m LP 17/ x metres Plan: Estimation: Answer: 792 metres Calculation: Check: LP 18/5
48 a) b) 698 = 5 + LP 18/7
49 a) b) d) c) e) = 12, r 1 LP 19/1
50 a) Divisible by 8 Not divisible by 8 c) Divisible by 8 Not divisible by 8 b) Divisible by 5 Not divisible by 5 Divisible by 5 Not divisible by 5 LP 19/2
51 LP 19/4 Remainder after dividing by Remainder Numbers 200 to 220
52 LP 19/5
53 a) b) = = 4 + LP 19/6 a) < < : b) < : c) > : d) < : LP 20/3
54 3 pupils can do 108 multiplications in 3 hours. If all the pupils calculate at the same speed, how many calculations can be done by: a) 6 pupils in 3 hours b) 3 pupils in 6 hours c) 6 pupils in 6 hours d) 6 pupils in 9 hours e) 9 pupils in 9 hours f) 3 pupils in 90 minutes g) 6 pupils in 90 minutes h) 9 pupils in 90 minutes i) 1 pupil in 3 hours j) 1 pupil in 1 hour? LP 19/7
55 a) a b a = b = b) x y x = y = c) u v u = v = d) m n m = n = LP 20/2
56 a) 3 m 35 cm = cm b) 5 m 70 cm = 570 c) 198 cm = m cm d) 609 cm = 6 cm e) 8 cm 4 mm = mm f) 1 m 32 cm 5 mm = 1325 g) 1273 mm = m cm mm h) 1905 mm = m cm mm LP 21/4
57 a) 3 litres 42 cl = cl b) 6 litres 58 cl = 658 c) 824 cl = litres cl d) 703 cl = 7 cl e) 1 litre 63 cl 5 ml = ml f) 1 litre 4 cl 8 ml = 1048 g) 1546 ml = litre cl ml h) 1038 ml = litre cl ml LP 21/5
58 a) 1 kg 806 g = g b) 1 kg 257 g = 1257 c) 1300 g = kg g d) 1604 g = 1 g e) 1320 g = f) 1001 g = kg 1 g) 1624 g = kg g h) 1479 g = 1 g LP 21/6
59 a book b rubber c house d car e table 1 m < < 2 m 2 cm < 3 cm 10 cm < < 20 cm 4 m < < 5 m 10 m < < 20 m LP 22/1
60 a jug b bucket c tank d spoon e glass f bottle 1 litre < < 2 litres 80 litres < < 100 litres 10 ml < < 20 ml 100 ml < < 200 ml 800 ml < < 1000 ml 1000 cl < < 2000 cl 5 litres < < 10 litres 80 cl < < 1 litre LP 22/2
61 a 1 litre of milk b apple c teacher d loaf of bread e Y4 boy f egg 900 g < < 1100 g 20 kg < < 40 kg 50 g < < 100 g 50 kg < < 1000 kg 500 g < < 1000 g 100 g < < 200 g LP 22/3
62 1 year = seasons 1 year = or 2 1 year = 12 1 week = days 1 = 365 or day = 24 1 hour = minutes 1 minute = 60 LP 22/4
63 3 kg 480 g 5 hours 15 minutes 1 m 52 cm 34 cl 1 litre LP 22/6 metre kilogram litre centimetre capacity time length mass centilitre minute gram day LP 22/7
64 a) 439 cm = m cm, 12 m 6 cm = cm b) 1831 mm = 1 cm 1 1 m 67 mm = mm c) 1210 g = kg g, 1 kg 340 g = 1340 d) 1942 ml = litre ml, 1 litre 86 ml = 1086 e) 11 minutes = seconds, 4 hrs 27 min = min f) 372 seconds = min sec, 10 min 40 sec = 640 g) January = weeks days June = 4 2 LP 22/8
65 a) 780 m + = 1 km 2 km m = 1500 m 1260 m + = 2 km 1 km m = 440 m b) 450 g + = 1 kg 1 kg 20 g = g 1350 m + = 2 kg 2 kg 840 g = g c) 330 ml + = 1 litre 1 litre ml = 410 ml 1600 ml + = 2 litres ml 1 litre = 310 ml LP 23/3
66 a) 1500 m = km m 1 km 480 m = m b) 1300 g = kg g 1 kg 290 g = g c) 1640 mm = m mm 1 m 517 mm = mm d) 1240 ml = litres ml 1 litre 804 ml = ml e) 640 minutes = hrs min 10 hrs 56 min = min f) 90 days = weeks days 50 weeks 6 days = days LP 23/4
67 a) 340 m m = m m = km 50 m m = km 240 m 1040 m = b) 810 ml ml = ml ml = litre 310 ml ml = litre 50 ml 200 ml = c) 157 g g = g g = kg 40 g g = kg 210 g 430 g = LP 23/5
68 a) 7 hours 45 min to 12 hours 15 min : hours min b) 15 hours 30 min to 17 hours 50 min : hours min c) 6.30 am to 2.40 pm : hours min d) 08 : 40 : 00 to 15 : 10 : 00 : hours min e) 10 : 25 : 00 to : 4 hours 15 minutes f) to 3 : 20 : 00 : 1 hour 10 minutes LP 23/6
69 LP 24/1 a) 1 kg 700 g 1770 g 980 g 1077 g b) 350 mm 3 m 45 cm 400 cm 3 m 80 mm
70 30 g 4 litres 130 cm glass of milk 5 minutes slice of bread 1 cm 200 ml 3 kg 200 g LP 24/2
71 a) b) Journey time Distance Distance Journey time 30 seconds 120 metres 1 minute 200 metres 1 and a half minutes 600 metres 50 seconds 1200 metres 45 seconds 2000 metres LP 24/6
72 Capacity Mass 10 cl 30 cl 1150 cl 200 ml 1000 ml 1800 g 9 kg LP 24/7 a) b) XC L XL XX LXXV L CCCL C LP 25/1
73 Number Digit value Place value Real value LP 26/1 Number Digit value Place value Real value 1 1 Th 1000 LP 26/2
74 Next smaller100 Next smaller 10 Next smaller unit Next greater unit Next greater 10 Next greater 100 < < < 74 < < < < < < = < < < 185 < < < < 243 < < < < 375 < < < < 408 < < = < 591 < < < < < < = LP 26/4
75 a) b) < < 423 < < = < 507 < < < < 685 < < < < 751 < < < < 892 < = < < 977 < < < < 1089 < < LP 26/5
76 a),,, 820, 760, 700,,,, b),,, 700, 900, 1100,,,, c),,, 560, 730, 900,,,, d),,, 332, 318, 304,,,, e),, 287,, 311,,,,, LP 27/5
77 a b c LP 27/7 a) Pete's height: 13 m 13 mm 13 cm 130 cm b) Pete's handspan: 160 mm 160 cm 1600 cm c) Pete's step: 46 m 46 cm 46 mm d) Pete's age: 103 years 103 days 103 weeks 103 months LP 28/3
78 7 5 4 a) b) LP 28/5
79 2 6 a) b) LP 28/6
80 a) b) LP 28/7
81 Copy 2 piggy banks for each part of the question. LP 28/8
82 a b c d i j k e f g h l m n r o s t p u v q w LP 29/4a
83 LP 29/4b Horizontal a n e o f p g q i s l u a b c d q e f o n r i j k g h l m s p u v w t Vertical a n e o f p g q i s l u Extension work sheet 1
84 Horizontal clues Horizontal clues Extension work sheet 2 LP 29/4c
85 a b c c = b = a = LP 30/3
86 30 number 50 Multiple of 5 Multiple of 6 LP 30/4
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