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Select the correct solution to this sum.
Select the correct option to complete the number sentence.
Ali has 361 toy cars. His brother has 189. How many more cars does Ali have than his brother?
Select the time that is equivalent to 1 week.
Margot thinks that 1500g is more than 2kg. Is she correct? Explain how you know.
Which 2 numbers correctly complete this sequence?
Harry measured the length of his shadow between 9am and 3pm. The shadow got longer until 12pm and then started to shrink. Which graph could display Harry’s data?
Consider the input/output machine below. If the output is 16,000, what was the input?
Which of the following statements is true?
Write a statement that is true about ALL triangles.
John scored 50% on a test. Sandeep scored 40/60 on the same test. Who had the highest score? Explain how you know.
Which of these angles is obtuse?
Which of these is a smallest fraction?
Select the prime number(s).
Select the equivalent percentage.
Egg boxes hold 6 eggs each. How many boxes can be filled using 372 eggs?
Which of these numbers is 24,000 when rounded to the nearest 1,000? Tick all correct answers.
Bill wants to arrive at the station by 10.25 at the latest. What time should he catch the bus from the park?
Rihanna wants to make 6 pancakes. How much flour should she use?
Use long multiplication to calculate the answer.
Find the value of a.
Select the correct statement.
Emily says: “I have drawn a polygon with 4 sides, 1 right angle and 1 pair of parallel sides. I have drawn a rectangle. ” Is Emily correct? Explain how you know.
What is the mean average of the time it took the children to write their name three times?
A newspaper reported that 70,000 fans (rounded to the nearest ten thousand) attended a football match. What is the smallest possible number of fans that attended the match?
What is the largest possible number of fans that could have attended the match?
Select the correct answer
Which set of numbers is written in ascending order?
Which is furthest?
What do these numbers have in common?
What number would come next in the sequence?
What number is represented here?
Use long division to calculate the answer.