This resource is accompanied by an answer document. It is aimed at students who have been taught to solve problems involving decimals without a calculator. involving decimals, to round decimals, to calculate bounds, and to convert terminating and recurring decimals to fractions. The questions include work on the four operations, rounding, approximations, calculating with bounds and converting terminating and recurring decimals to fractions. Several different contexts are used, including calculating the mean and working out perimeter and area. A grading system based on the new GCSE specification is suggested, but this resource would be equally useful in the US. The paper can be printed onto a single A3 folded sheet and there are a total of 60 marks. It can be used as a homework or a revision resource, or to assess general understanding at the end of the topic with plenty of extension and differentiated content available.
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