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3064+ 482=3546

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4
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## I have written the numbers in columns

All the digits with the same place value are
in the same column (e.g. all the tens are
lined up).
I have added up each place value column,
starting from the right (including any carried
numbers).
Whenever the total of a column is more than
or equal to 10, I have put the unit in this
column carried 1 to the next column to the
left.

Subtraction of integers
2134832=1302
1

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2

4
5

## I have written the numbers in columns

All the digits with the same place value are
in the same column (e.g. all the tens are
lined up).
I have subtracted the bottom number from
the top number in each column (e.g. 4-2 =
2), starting from the right.
Whenever the bottom number is bigger than
the top number, I have borrowed one from
the next column on the left (e.g. 1-8
becomes 118).

Multiplication of integers
576 84=48384

82

25

34

1
2

6
7

## I have written the numbers in columns

All the digits with the same place value are
in the same column (e.g. all the tens are
lined up).
Starting from the right, I have multiplied
each digit in the top row by the last digit in
the second row (e.g. 64 = 24).
Whenever the product is greater than or
equal to ten, I have carried the tens to the
next column on the left and added this on to
the next multiplication.
When I have used all the numbers in the
first row, I start a new row under my product
(red). I have added a zero at the right of this
new row because I am now multiplying by
10.
I have repeated steps 3-4 with the second
number from the right in the second row,
and so on.

193 5=36 r 3=36

0
5

3
9

6
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r3

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## I have written the dividend (number before

sign) inside the bus stop.
I have written the divisor (number after
sign) outside the bus stop.
Starting from the left, I have divided each
digit inside the bus stop by the number
outside (e.g. 15 = 0r1, blue).
I have written the whole number above the
digit and put the remainder before the next
digit inside the bus stop.
When I ran out of digits, I wrote the
of a remainder.

Inequality signs
make the following inequalities
true. Use each symbol (, , <,
>) only once.

1)

<

2)

3)

>

4)

1
2

## I have always written the smaller number at

this end of the inequality symbol:

<

>

## If two numbers are the same, I have used =,

or .

Inequalities
make the following inequalities
true. Use each symbol (, , <,
>) only once.

1)

<

2)

3)

>

4)

1
2

## I have always written the smaller number at

this end of the inequality symbol:

<

>

or .

## Finding the area of a sector (semicircles and quarter circles)

Find the area of this shape. Give 1 I have found the radius of the sector.
2 I have found the area of the whole circle
places.
3

1 1 3
, ,
4 2 4 ).

4 cm

## The diameter of this semicircle is 4 cm, so

its radius is 4 2 = 2 cm
Area of whole circle
=22
= 16 cm2
This is of a circle
of 16 cm2 = 16 2 cm2
= 8 cm2
= 25.13 cm2 (2 d.p.)

## Constructing the perpendicular bisector of a line.

1 I have drawn a straight line with a particular
Construct the perpendicular
length using a ruler.
bisector of a line that is 5 cm
2 I have set my compasses more than halfway
long.
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5
6

## First, I used a ruler to draw the grey line

(5 cm).
Next, I used compasses set more than
halfway along the line to draw two arcs
from each end of the grey line.
Finally I connected the crossing points
of the arcs with the black line.

## along the line.

I have drawn an arc from one end of the
line.

## With the compasses set to the same length,

I have drawn another arc from the other end
of the line.
I have connected the two points where the
arcs meet.
I have left the construction lines in (rather
than rubbing them out!).