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#### Science Fact Maths - Fractions - Collection 1 (11 worksheets)

11 Science Fact worksheets, all about fractions. Primarily aimed at KS3, but suitable for KS2 and some KS4 also. Solutions Included.

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

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.

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#### Multiplying Fractions - Differentiated and Functional

Differentiated worksheet including functional, exam-type questions covering multiplication of fractions. Answers included.

#### Find the Quote – Squares, Cubes and Roots

Find the Quote – Find the solution to the problem on the bottom row, then match to the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### The nth term of a linear sequence

A PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how to calculate the nth term of a linear sequence, that pupils can use as algorithms if required. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. This PowerPoint only covers ascending, descending and fractional sequences. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!

#### Find the Quote – Standard Form

Find the quote – solve the problem on the bottom row, match it to the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Find the Quote – Number – Simplifying Ratios

Find the Quote – Simplify the ratio bottom row, then match to the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Adding and Subtracting Fractions - Differentiated and Functional

Differentiated worksheet including functional, exam-type questions covering addition and subtraction of fractions. Answers included.

#### Science Fact Maths – Percentages of an Amount - Non-Calculator

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

#### Science Fact Maths – Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

Find the Science fact – convert the mixed number on the bottom row to an improper fraction, then find the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

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

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.

#### Science Fact Maths – Rounding to one decimal place

Find the Science fact – round the number on the botton row to one decimal place (1d.p.) then match it 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 - Hardest

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.

#### Adding and Subtracting Directed Numbers (including functional questions)

A PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how to add and subtract directed numbers. The slides include an algorithm to model the method that pupils can copy. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. Then functional, exam type questions (with answers), to further deepen understanding. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist Maths teachers. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!

#### Science Fact Maths - Fractions - Collection 1 (11 worksheets)

11 Science Fact worksheets, all about fractions. Primarily aimed at KS3, but suitable for KS2 and some KS4 also. Solutions Included.

#### Find the Quote – Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers

Find the Quote – Convert the improper fraction on the bottom row to a mixed number, then match to the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Find the Quote Algebra - Multiplying out Single Brackets

Find the quote – Multiply out the brackets on the bottom row, match it to the answer in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Pythagoras Theorem (including functional questions with answers)

A PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how to find the unknown side of a right-angled triangle. The slides include an algorithm to model the method that pupils can copy. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. Then functional, exam type questions (with answers) to further deepen understanding. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist Maths teachers. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!

#### Adding and Subtracting Fractions (including functional questions)

A PowerPoint slide show with step by step animated examples of how to add and subtract two proper fractions. The slides include an algorithm to model the method that pupils can copy. Then questions, with answers that appear on clicks. Then functional, exam type questions (with answers) to further deepen understanding. Suitable for specialist and non-specialist Maths teachers. No password protection, so you can customise it at will!

#### Science Fact Maths – Finding the nth Term of an Ascending Linear Sequence

Find the Science fact – find the nth term of the linear sequence on the bottom row, find the solution in the top one. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Science Fact Maths – Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers 1

Find the Science fact – convert the improper fraction on the bottom row to a mixed number, then find the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Science Fact Maths – Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers 2

Find the Science fact – convert the improper fraction on the bottom row to a mixed number, then find the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.

#### Find the Quote – Directed Numbers (Multiplying and Dividing)

Find the Quote – Complete the sum on the bottom row, then find the solution in the top row. Write down the letters in order to form a sentence.