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#### Find the Quote – Solving Equations (Linear, no ‘x’ Coefficient)

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Find the quote – find the value of ‘x’ on the bottom row, match it to the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Science Fact Maths – Finding a Fraction of a Quantity - Harder

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Science Fact Maths – Calculate the fraction of the quantity on the bottom row, then match to the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Science Fact Maths – Finding a Fraction of a Quantity - Easier

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Science Fact Maths – Calculate the fraction of the quantity on the bottom row, then match to the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Science Fact Maths – Dividing Quantities by a given ratio

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Find the Science fact – complete the problem on the bottom row, find the solution in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence. (Solution provided).

#### Rounding to Significant Figures (with questions and answers)

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PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how round numbers to a given number of significant figures. The slides include an algorithm to model the method that pupils can copy. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist Maths teachers. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!

#### Science Fact Maths – Rounding to the nearest 10, 100, 1000

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Find the Science fact – complete the problem on the bottom row, find the solution in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence. (solution provided)

#### Find the Quote – Solving Equations (Variables on both Sides and Brackets)

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Find the quote - solve the equation on the bottom row, find the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Find the Quote – Solving Equations (Linear, ‘x’ coefficient > 1)

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Find the quote – find the value of ‘x’ on the bottom row, match it to the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Expressing Numbers as Products of Prime Factors (with questions and answers)

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PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how calculate use factor trees to express numbers as products of primes. The slides include an algorithm to model the method that pupils can copy. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist Maths teachers. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!