Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 22 - divide numbers up to four-digits by one-digit numbers

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 22 - divide numbers up to four-digits by one-digit numbers

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises dividing three-digit and four-digit numbers using times tables.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 5 - ordering decimal numbers

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 5 - ordering decimal numbers

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises reading and ordering five numbers with up to three decimal places.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 1 - compare and order numbers up to 1,000

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 1 - compare and order numbers up to 1,000

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises comparing two-digit and three-digit numbers and identifying which number is being referring to.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 24 (variation) - add fractions to give a mixed number

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 24 (variation) - add fractions to give a mixed number

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises adding fractions that have a common denominator to give a mixed number answer.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 20 - solve fraction problems using money

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 20 - solve fraction problems using money

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises using knowledge of fractions and decimals to find quantities in pounds and pence.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 21 - subtract numbers up to two decimal places

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 21 - subtract numbers up to two decimal places

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises subtracting a number with one or two decimal places from a whole number.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 5 - adding and subtracting with three-digit numbers

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 5 - adding and subtracting with three-digit numbers

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises adding and subtracting with three-digit numbers.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 1 - add and subtract mentally

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 1 - add and subtract mentally

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises finding the missing number in a sequence that increases by a given amount.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 15 - round numbers up to the nearest one hundred

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 15 - round numbers up to the nearest one hundred

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises rounding a set of numbers (a one decimal place, two decimal place and whole number) to the nearest one hundred.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 24 - add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 24 - add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises adding or subtracting fractions that have a common denominator.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 10 - multiply large numbers by one digit

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 10 - multiply large numbers by one digit

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises multiplying two-digit and three-digit numbers by a one-digit number.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 20 - divide by 10, 100 and 1,000 with decimal places

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 20 - divide by 10, 100 and 1,000 with decimal places

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises dividing numbers by 10,100 or 1,000 to give answers with numbers up to three decimal places.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 2 - addition and subtraction of multi-digit numbers

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 2 - addition and subtraction of multi-digit numbers

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises adding and subtracting two-digit numbers to and from three-digit numbers.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 17 - finding the value of a missing angle

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 17 - finding the value of a missing angle

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises finding two unknown angles associated with triangles and quadrilaterals.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 19 - solve problems using knowledge of number and place value

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 19 - solve problems using knowledge of number and place value

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises using knowledge of number and place value to complete a sum with a millions answer.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 13 - multiply whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1,000

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 13 - multiply whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1,000

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises multiplying a two-digit or three-digit number by 10, 100 or 1,000.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 20 - translate simple shapes

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 20 - translate simple shapes

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises finding the coordinates of a vertex of a triangle that has been reflected in an axis on a grid.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 2 - negative numbers in context

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 3 Question 2 - negative numbers in context

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises working out temperature differences by counting forwards and backwards, including through zero, with positive and negative temperatures.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 7 - making equivalent fractions

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 7 - making equivalent fractions

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises finding fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number. Find the missing numerator and denominator in each set of three fractions.

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Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 26 - multiply a number by a one-place decimal number

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 26 - multiply a number by a one-place decimal number

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises multiplying a one-digit number by another one-digit number with one decimal place.

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Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 13 - find relative sizes using multiplication and division

Reasoning: 2016 SATs Paper 2 Question 13 - find relative sizes using multiplication and division

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers. This specific set of questions practises scaling sizes using multiplication and division to find a new height of a stack of boxes when more are added.

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